All official release work don't need to be an impediment to let experienced
users get their hands on the official release ASAP.
Most of those steps in the flow are marketing related.
BTW, I just activated a USA hosting with 5TB monthly quota, that I should
need just about 1% of that for my business needs, let me know when 13.2
torrents are available, I'm interested in early seeding.
Also BTW, I developed a extended initial seeding patch to rtorrent that
improves distributed copy availability (the sum of what all downloaders
have, how many copies they have in aggregate), without this it was rare to
see more than 2-4 distributed copies, even with 200 leechers connected, now
I routinelly see 10 distributed copies, which greatly improves uploading
Linux/Internet/Database/VOIP/C/Python specialist, yes, expert in all of that
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