[CentOS-mirror] Question about new mirror

Warren Myers volcimaster at gmail.com
Sun Jul 8 18:06:39 EDT 2012

4Mbps is extremely slow for a mirror, sadly.

I run on a 100Mbps connection, and my mirror submission was turned down.


On Sunday, July 8, 2012, Kenneth Perry Hough wrote:

> Hi,
> We are a start up company that uses CentOS for many of our servers and
> would like to contribute to the project.  Right now donation of dedicated
> servers or monetary support is still not possible but we hope to do so once
> we grow.  Right now, we are hoping to contribute through a public mirror.
>  Our internet and company details are shown below.  Because we just
> started, our internet is incomparable to many but hope to upgrade as soon
> as we have the financial ability to do so.  I wanted to ask if it is
> feasible to create a public mirror with the below mentioned internet speed
> or if we should wait until we have a better connection.
> ISP: Charter Internet
> Speed: 15/4Mbps
> Our Company: Evo Group Technologies, Inc
> Company Location: Shelburne, VT
> Server Location: Worcester, MA
> Thanks in advance!
> Kenneth Hough
> Chief Technology Officer
> Evo Group Technologies, Inc
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