[Distutils] What to do about the PyPI mirrors
noah at coderanger.net
Thu Jul 25 08:14:12 CEST 2013
On Jul 24, 2013, at 10:38 PM, Richard Jones wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just been contacted by someone who's set up a new public mirror
> of PyPI and would like it integrated into the mirror ecosystem.
> I think it's probably time we thought about how to demote the mirrors:
> - they cause problems with security (being under the python.org domain
> causes various issues including inability to use HTTPS and cookie
> - they're no longer necessary thanks to the CDN work
> So, things to do:
> - links and information on PyPI itself can be removed
> - tools that use mirrors still need to be able to but mention of using
> public mirrors is probably something to demote
> These are just rough thoughts that occurred to me just now.
+1, as envoy of infrastructure team we would like to formally retire the [a-z].pypi.python.org names. Anyone with an existing mirror should be encouraged to continue maintaining it, but it will be for their own use (or the use of their company/internal network).
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