[Ambassadors] Torrents for Fedora 9

Peter Reuschlein peter at reuschlein.de
Thu May 1 20:02:30 UTC 2008

Hi there, same for me,
i waited till the release then first leeched the versions and seeded 
with serveral servers afterwards. But would be nice to get the isos 
before the release to be ready to seed when then torrent is published.
Sometimes it takes pretty long to get the hole thing leeched as there 
are not enough seeders in the beginning.


Santosh Kumar schrieb:
>  Hi everyone
>    I'm for sure excited about the Fedora 9 being released in just 
another 12 days from now. I can chip in an unlimited amount of bandwidth 
for the torrents for the initial download rush when released. Is there 
any way by which, i can be prepared to seed the torrents on time? Or, 
should i download it when its released and then start seeding? whats the 
best option ??
>  Regards
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