[rkward-devel] files.kde.org vs. download.kde.org

Mario Fux kde-ml at unormal.org
Tue Feb 3 12:58:49 UTC 2015

Am Dienstag, 03. Februar 2015, 09.35:15 schrieb Thomas Friedrichsmeier:
> Hi Mario,

Morning Thomas

As Ben is one of our great sysadmins and he knows much better than me I CC 

> one quick question as we are getting nearer to a 0.6.3 release of
> RKWard: What exactly is the difference between files.kde.org and
> download.kde.org. We already have some add-on files (including debian
> packages) on files.kde.org, and uploading there is really easy. OTOH,
> most applications seem to have at least their source releases on
> download.kde.org.
> So where would we upload:
> - preview releases or snapshots
> - the most recent stable release
> - an archive of older releases
> If it makes any difference, is the answer different for released files:
>   - in source form
>   - in binary form
>   - in "source bundle" form (including R and KDE)
>   - in "binary bundle" form (including R and KDE)
> The latter two are for Mac and Windows, and can get quite big (up to a
> GB, roughly).

I think release stuff goes to download.kde.org and files.kde.org is more for 
add-ons and Co. But Ben will tell you for sure.


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