+ I'm old enough to remember the Web of the 1990s/ 2000s.
It was a maze. You followed hypertext links, stumbled into forums and early troll-caves, used Slashdot and GoTo, experimented with LiveJournal and Blogger.
It wasn't safe, it was filled with weirdness, appealed heavily to geeks and loners. Being on the web in that era was a serious trip.
But it wasn't corporate. It wasn't the tool of major governments, yet. It was defiantly decentralised, and when you were online...
... you felt free.
@jpmens For ftp.acc.umu.se we use 600s, because that's how long we can reasonably wait until we take a fronted down for maintenance. More than twice that isn't really feasible, at that point clients would just hit errors more often.
@skalman Huh, får kolla i loggar etc då.
It really is clear when the Debian Buster release happened to our file archive.
Thanks @debian !
@Linuxtjej Sounds like a good plan, I don't have any useful tips outside of IT and Outdoors clubs though.
@Carnet GIMPNet would be the obvious candidate, since that's where it is developed.
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