[FreeBSD-Announce] [announce@lists.nycbug.org: [announce] proposed announce for mirrors]

Jason Hellenthal jhellenthal at dataix.net
Sat Apr 21 15:53:50 UTC 2012

Heads up.

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Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 09:29:03 -0400
From: NYC*BUG Announcements <announce at lists.nycbug.org>
To: announce at lists.nycbug.org
Subject: [announce] proposed announce for mirrors

So, we are just waiting on MD sorting out uploading his images with Mark,
plus someone hitting the Tor project so they list our Tor mirror.

Comments appreciated, inline.

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The New York City *BSD User Group (NYC*BUG) is proud to announce the
launching of multiple mirrors serving the BSD and open source community.

The mirrors, hosted in a cabinet donated by New York Internet, include the
following official mirrors:

* DragonFlyBSD

* OpenBSD

* m0n0wall, a FreeBSD-based firewall distribution customized for embedded

* The Tor Project, an open source public anonymity network

* BHyVe images, a FreeBSD-based type 2 Hypervisor virtualization created by
NetApp developers, with the images maintained by Michael Dexter of Call for
Testing (callfortesting.org)

The mirrors are located at http://mirrors.nycbug.org, and are accessible
over http, ftp and rsync protocols.

NYC*BUG looks forward to expanding the mirrors to include other projects
relevant to the BSD community in the future.  For inquiries, please contact
mirror-admin at nycbug.org.

The NYC*BUG cabinet hosts a variety of other BSD projects, including a
server for the BSD Certification Group, BSD.lv, a build server for FreeBSD's
Sparc64 ports in addition to an array of mailing lists.

The cabinet is composed of hardware donated by an array of NYC*BUG members.

NYC*BUG (http://www.nycbug.org) was launched in 2003 to serve and expand the
BSD community in the New York metropolitan area.  NYC*BUG hosts monthly
meetings, in addition to bi-annual conferences in Manhattan.
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