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I'm imagining lots of reasons why this might be inadvisable, but is there a way (or reasons why not to) mirror the Anaconda "pro" repository? Seems the "free" repository is the only one to mirror when referring to the 'defaults' or 'anaconda' repo, but when I look at anaconda.org and search for a package under "pro" (e.g. accelerate) it appears as being under the "anaconda" owner. Recommendations or thoughts to work around this?
@dmarkwat It is not a technical challenge to update
I have no information regarding the legality of mirroring the pro repo (i am not a lawyer).
I am going to start having to mirror the