On 08/01/2011 05:06 AM, Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
Hey guys first time posting to this list.
I would like to contribute to this part of the community.
Here is a bit about myself.
I admin 4 linux servers, and am LPIC1 (linux) certified.
Is there an offsite server based outside germany or anywhere else in
the world that hosts a backup of the website in case main server needs
to go down for maintenance it falls over to the backup server?
Where are you located? Country? State?
I do not know about LibreOffice/TDF, but once there are DVD projects
offering ISOs for downloading it would be nice to have mirrors for these
projects outside of Germany. Not to be down about having the servers in
Europe, but I think there need to be mirrors of the site[s] in North
America, South America, and every major region of the globe.
Actually every International organization like LibreOffice/TDF needs to
be regionally mirrored. This could indicate that these regions support
the organization and its software to the point that they want to make
sure their region has access to the main web site even if something
happens to main site's service, or something like that.
I once dealt with an internationally sold product company and they had
their information mirrored in two location other than their
headquarter's facility. I worked for a time in that main computer center.
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