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Re: [eclipse-mirrors] Bittorrent mirror
- From: "Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy)" <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 14:36:41 -0400
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Now that our million-download challenge is done, I've added a small link
to your Eclipse SDK torrents on the Eclipse downloads page:
iBiblio's permaseed is infinitely useful, and already the Eclipse
torrents are getting some good bittorrent action, even 45 days after
Our release is about 1,000 files, but most people want the SDK, which is
currently what's available on your tracker now. Based on our download
stats, I don't see an immediate need to seed anything else for now.
For future Eclipse releases (say, 3.2), how do we go about getting the
same subset of files seeded?
Thanks again for this great service,
John Reuning wrote:
Excellent, more discussion of torrents is good. Eclipse could certainly
use the extra distribution channel.
Of course, the eclipse maintainers will have to figure out what's best.
I recently added eclipse 3.1 torrents to our torrent service:
In addition to searching, browsing, & BT tracking, we provide stable,
permanent seeding. Eclipse torrents are a good thing, though, no matter
where they're hosted. :)
On Fri, 2005-07-01 at 09:17 -0500, Alon Rohter wrote:
I'm one of the devs from the Azureus bittorrent client team, and since we
use SWT and Eclipse extensively for our work, we thought we could help and
you might benefit from a bittorrent-based mirror, especially after the
crazed 3.1 release. We can offer torrents served from a reliable tracker,
along with RSS-based download statistics if desired.
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