[Live-demo] Download Page html

Alex Mandel tech_dev at wildintellect.com
Fri Oct 2 13:37:48 PDT 2009

Torrent, basically someone had to take responsibility for admin over the
install and running of the client. That was the only hold-up.
So I started to wonder if it was worth the hassle.

Yes wget logs should be cleared, any from me are usually 0 anyways since
I tend to use -bqc to avoid giant logs and run them in the background.


Hamish wrote:
> Alex wrote:
>> For those who have access to the download server edit the index.html,
>> please keep in mind that file is in svn, so it's best if you make
>> changes on your machine, commit them and then svn up on the osgeo
>> server. Otherwise edits may be lost, clobbered or otherwised mixed up.
> In this case that was exactly the intention. (to lose and clobber the
> temporary bits once real content arrived; but not to mix anything up :)
>> FYI, 2.0.3-Final links are now active.
>> No torrent till we resolve best approach.
> what remains to be decided that will hold up the creation of a torrent
> tracked by http://openbittorrent.com/
> wouldn't osgeo just be another (very fast) peer?
>> VM's sometime over the weekend.
> great.
> now my turn:
> For those copying to the server please remember to 'chmod g+w' the files;
> to change any local file URLs to http ones; and if copying back from the
> server into SVN to make sure you don't accidentally uni-encode any →
> or • symbols in a cut & paste. tx.
> As for disk space on the server, I realize that the greatest cost is
> in people's time and access, but 1TB hard drives are pretty cheap these
> days...
> cheers,
> Hamish
> ps- can those wget-logs be removed?
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