Policy on downloads.linuxfromscratch.org?

Bryan Kadzban bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Thu May 22 18:59:51 PDT 2008


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I generated udev-config-20080520.tar.bz2 a couple days ago, thinking it
would go into the book with udev-122, and put it onto the downloads
site.  However, some other changes were required in that package, and
the udev-122 upgrade (r8545) used udev-config-20080522.tar.bz2 instead.

Since no book ever referred to the 0520 file, would removing it be a
problem?  There's not really any point to keeping it on the downloads
site, I don't think.  Unless there's a policy that files are never
removed from the downloads site?

Of course, it's not hurting anything, either, just sitting there.

Just curious.  Thanks!
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