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Guide for storing fedora binaries on file system #339

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The long version of this guide is in a google doc.
We do not have the bandwidth at this time to re-write
the entire guide, but I am attempting here to provide
enough guidance that an institutions wishing to undertake
a similar project can understand the issues and general
scope of the work, along with some examples of previous
art.

Guide for storing fedora binaries on filesystem
The long version of this guide is in a google doc.
We do not have the bandwidth at this time to re-write
the entire guide, but I am attempting here to provide
enough guidance that an institutions wishing to undertake
a similar project can understand the issues and general
scope of the work, along with some examples of previous
art.
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