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Re: End of ROCKate soon

On 09.07.2007 10:42:34, Bill Weiss wrote:
> Benjamin Schieder(blindcoder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)@Fri, Jul 06, 2007 at 07:10:54PM +0200:
> > On 06.07.2007 12:01:06, Arrakis wrote:
> > > Benjamin,
> > > 
> > > 	Sorry to hear you won't be keeping up on the ROCKate and
> > > 	have been forced to succumb to Germany's turn. I expect
> > > 	more such tor-related shutdowns among fear and legislation.
> > > 	I'll be picking up the slack shortly, so no worries.
> > > 	A development release of xB Machine will be available
> > > 	August 3rd. It will likely be hosted from Germany, but
> > > 	I think we will stand the heat. If Germany doesn't like
> > > 	it we will host it elsewhere. If you want, we could probably
> > > 	host it for you, but I don't know how much you want
> > > 	it still available, if Germany will punish you for it.
> > 
> > I'd be really happy if someone can host it outside Germany. I don't think
> > they can sue me because I did the work before the law passed.
> What are the bandwidth/month requirements?  I might be able to do it off
> of my Tor server without too much pain.

A rough estimate is that the ISO images have caused around 30-40 GB of
BitTorrent traffic. I have no data about the subversion repository.
The website should be in the sizes of dozens of MB.

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