On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:46:23 +0100 (CET), "Petr Mikulik"
> It seems to me the current largest show-stopper for gnuplot is its
> official web page, http://www.gnuplot.info. It is not mirroring
> gnuplot.sf.net for several months.
Sorry I hadn't noticed this. It is the first it's been mentioned to me.
Unfortunately, sf has broken their shell access (and hence rsync), so
I can't get the sync running exactly the way it was before. Hopefully
they will have that fixed soon. I can do some wget sync, but they
frown on that.
More important, though is having a more high-availability and higher
bandwidth site. I've made preparations for this to be hosted at the
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech, so this should be
coming up in the next couple days. This will also give very good access
to Internet2 and National Lambda Rail (and hence much better access to
most of our European and Asian users).
> Further, in January 2006, there was thread in this mailing list:
> Subject: Re: ftp://ftp.gnuplot.info/pub/gnuplot/testing where I listed
> files to be deleted on that ftp server. Again, nobody has access to
> that machine? What to do?
Done. Sorry, I do not monitor this list very closely at all.
The ftp site currently isn't moving to VBI, so that will remain on my
home machine for the time being.