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Re: website trouble? - is there a mirror?

From: Ximon Eighteen <ximon.eighteen_at_int.greenpeace.org>
Date: 2005-09-16 13:37:13 CEST

Goddard Lee wrote:
>>Does anybody have any idea why I would get the following
>>error message when accessing http://subversion.tigirs.org/,
>>whilst other users (checked on IRC channel) can access tigirs.org ok?
> Is that a typo or were you trying that URI?
> It's tigris, like the river, not tigiris.

Or "tigirs" as Urs Rau actually said :p

"tigirs" makes me picture lots of tiggers (as in Winnie the Pooh)
bouncing around the net :)

To answer the original question "is there a mirror" all I can say is no
I'm not aware of a mirror of the website itself but certain flavours of
Linux provide their own Subversion packages (e.g. RPMs) which you can
get directly from them and therefore not have to worry about the
subversion site being down/inaccessible to you.

If your problem is perhaps that you cannot access the part of the net
where subversion is hosted (e.g. someone in mainland China might find
themselves blocked to certain sites on the net) then perhaps going
through a proxy or an anonymizer might work. Try for example:


Another way is to use the Google cache:

The "Wayback Machine" is yet another way to see sites that are down but
unfortunately their content looks to be quite old for subversion (end of
2004) (see http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://subversion.tigris.org).


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