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SubjectRe: openbkweb-0.0
On Sat, 15 Feb 2003, David Lang wrote:

> On the basis that it's easier to provide everything rather then to
> convince people to change tools :-) here is what I'm thinking of (all of
> these obviously read-only)
>
> CVS
> rsync
> FTP
> HTTP
>
> is there anything else people want?

If you can manage to have a CVS repository that is always updated to the
minute with full history info etc. then this should be suficient to satisfy
all needs. Public CVS repositories are common enough so people should know
how to use them already.

The best would be a few of those scattered around the world so things do
scale. It shouldn't be that much bandwidth for bkbits.net to update them
all automatically for example.


Nicolas

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