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Month: January 2012


From: Dan Youngquist <dan@...>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 10:51:45 -0800
I really don't want to sound impatient or ungrateful -- I realize Trinity is
an all-volunteer project to which I don't contribute (although I would if I
had the skills).  I really appreciate all the time and effort that goes into
Trinity.  But I have situations that are becoming critical, and I need to
know how to plan.

I have users I've been putting off for almost 3 weeks now, as well as a
couple machines of my own with problems I can't fix, because the mirrors are
down.  Every day I tell them it's still not working, but it should be "any
time now."

Surely someone (Tim?) has some idea how much longer it's likely to be?  All
it takes is the upload bandwidth, the amount of data still to transfer, and
some basic math to get a good estimate.  Is it going to be another hour, a
day, a week, 3 more weeks?  If I can't at least find out very soon, I'm
going to have to give up on Trinity and commit to another direction.

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