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Hi all,

I was talking to Norbert recently about our tinderboxes and our
bibisect repos, and he mentioned that windows and mac buildmachines
are especially difficult for us because we can't easily put them in a

I remembered that the Open Source Lab in Oregon[1] offers some hosting
services[2] for some big projects, and pondered whether we might be
able to chat with them about partnership. They have a fat pipe, which
could be very useful in terms of transferring bibisect repos and other
large data sets.

As it turns out, I'm headed back to Oregon for the next few weeks, and
will be about an hour and a half from Corvalis (the home of OSL/Oregon
State University). If there's interest in a partnership, I'd be happy
to help facilitate the process :-)




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