Have a patch?
- Open a bug in Debian BTS & attach a patch
- Open a bug in Launchpad & attach a patch

Emailing patches direct to me, will be the slowest path to get them applied, and maybe be ignored, accidentally, by my spam filters.

=)

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Initially this came out as a discussion on #ubuntu-cloud (or was it #juju?) when swift CDN backed mirrors were announced for Amazon EC2 cloud. It is in a way related to servercloud-q-apt-improvements the hash based apt repositories. Debian has http://snapshot.debian.org/ repository. In essence it has every package...
mdadm currently has a gaggle of open bugs, and every cycle the RAID ISO tests produce new and interesting bugs. It seems like we're doing something a bit wrong with Software RAID. There are some valid solutions here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ReliableRaid which should be discussed and either refuted or implemented.

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