[Talk-us] Whole-US Garmin Map (02-10-2010) update
tyler.ritchie at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 17:10:00 GMT 2010
Isn't it 1.5 Tb or something? I agree torrenting would work, but that would
take quite a while to get to any reasonable amount of seeds. What about
Geocommons? Isn't that their thing?
Also, what about using an S3 bucket with a CoralCDN redirect, so the only
bandwidth costs would be the initial seeding to the Coral network?
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 8:49 AM, Apollinaris Schoell <aschoell at gmail.com>wrote:
> On 18 Feb 2010, at 5:36 , Lars Ahlzen wrote:
> > Apollinaris Schoell wrote:
> >> Anyone knows where to get NED data for large areas? The seamless
> >> server is such a pain and it will take forever just for a single
> >> state. or we could start a crowd source effort to download and share
> >> them.
> > They don't exactly advertise it, but USGS will actually take an external
> hard drive that you provide, fill it with NED data and ship it back to you.
> > We're trying to find a place to host this massive data set, though, so
> hopefully downloading will get a lot easier soon.
> thats cool do you have the data already? What about providing it as a set
> of torrent files? Torrent is the perfect protocol to distribute such a huge
> set of data. btw how big is it?
> > - Lars
> > --
> > Lars Ahlzen
> > lars at ahlzen.com
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