[gst-devel] SourceForge.net support: Project shell/web services: gstreamer (fwd)

Thomas Vander Stichele thomas at urgent.rug.ac.be
Fri Oct 11 14:00:03 CEST 2002

What exactly does this mean ? Do we need new hosting ? Are we going to 
clean up some stuff ?


> Most of the 1.7 (I count 1.4) GB in use is releases and media.  Releases
> could be on the file server, if the file server didn't require 3 clicks
> and a delay to get a file.  I've complained about the stupidity of their
> new download system before, they ignore me.  With all their
> "Geotargetting" ads and such, you'd think they'd have a system in place to
> automatically redirect downloads to the best/free-est server.  As it is,
> they broke all the download URLs and make automatic downloading from their
> fileserver almost impossible.  The media directory suffers from the exact
> same problem.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: 11 Oct 2002 14:54:27 -0400
> From: Jacob Moorman <moorman at sourceforge.net>
> To: omegahacker at users.sourceforge.net, theuraeus at users.sourceforge.net
> Cc: Patrick McGovern <pmcgovern at vasoftware.com>,
>      Uriah Welcome <precision at vasoftware.com>
> Subject: SourceForge.net support: Project shell/web services: gstreamer
> Greetings,
> Please read: This message has direct bearing on your project hosting at
> SourceForge.net and should not be ignored.  This message covers a
> variety of related subjects -- please read the entire message before
> proceeding further.
> My name is Jacob Moorman; I am the Quality of Service Manager for
> SourceForge.net.  Today, I am writing to you regarding the 'gstreamer'
> project on SourceForge.net.
> SourceForge.net provides hosting to Open Source software development
> projects.  We provide a number of different services, and attempt to
> balance our resource usage among all of the projects we host, so as that
> all users of our services have fair access to hosted materials.
> In reviewing the disk consumption for the gstreamer project, we
> discovered that your project currently uses 1.7GB of disk, compared to
> its 100MB quota.  It also appears that a significant portion of this
> disk consumption is taken by materials which are file releases that
> would more appropriately be placed in the file release system, or are
> backup tarballs.
> We ask that you respond (via e-mail or by Support Request on the
> 'alexandria' project) to this inquiry no later than Friday, October
> 18, 2002.  If no response has been received by that date, we may need to
> take more direct action to correct the resource consumption issues your
> project has presented.
> We look forward to your continued hosting with SourceForge.net.  Please
> feel free to let us know directly if you should have specific questions
> or concerns regarding this matter.
> Thank you,
> Jacob Moorman
> Quality of Service Manager, SourceForge.net
> moorman at sourceforge.net
> moorman at vasoftware.com
> CC: Uriah Welcome, Senior Systems Administrator, SourceForge.net
> CC: Patrick McGovern, Site Director, SourceForge.net
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