I suggest that users should make their own sub-repo at home or in the office:
In this sub-repo they should put the extensions they need and want the most. (20-50)
is what I always need. Then, depending on further developments and requirements the users
can add new extensions to their sub-repo at home. That home repo can be built up over time,
updated and stored on HD, CD, stick, card, DVD or whatever.
At the end it should work like a "hybrid - repo" using the one from ibiblio and the home repo.
It could save substantial bandwith.
This is just a suugestioen and I would be glad if you will comment on it.