Fedora Board Recap 2008-FEB-19

Bill Nottingham notting at redhat.com
Mon Feb 25 16:53:52 UTC 2008

Mike McGrath (mmcgrath at redhat.com) said: 
> > Dennis's request was to host the rawhide binary trees, which are ~15GB
> > each, not for the release ISOs.  With this understanding, and after we
> > remove FC1-5, FE1-5, and the obsolete test releases (that'll free up
> > 300GB), we should be OK.
> Except that as of right now we don't have anywhere to put FC1-5 and FE1-5,
> For this release I had planned on (if we needed it) moving F[C,E]2 to
> archives if needed.  Is it ok to completely remove these trees or do we
> have to (or want to) keep them available?

If we don't have the space to archive them, then maybe we have to punt on
secondary arches for the moment.


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