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Docs: Use new Bitcoin.org download URLs

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David A. Harding 8 years ago committed by Wladimir J. van der Laan
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@ -133,15 +133,22 @@ rm SHA256SUMS @@ -133,15 +133,22 @@ rm SHA256SUMS
Note: check that SHA256SUMS itself doesn't end up in SHA256SUMS, which is a spurious/nonsensical entry.
- Upload zips and installers, as well as `SHA256SUMS.asc` from last step, to the bitcoin.org server
into `/var/www/bin/bitcoin-core-${VERSION}`
- Update bitcoin.org version
- Make a pull request to add a file named `YYYY-MM-DD-vX.Y.Z.md` with the release notes
to https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin.org/tree/master/_releases
([Example for 0.9.2.1](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bitcoin/bitcoin.org/master/_releases/2014-06-19-v0.9.2.1.md)).
- First, check to see if the Bitcoin.org maintainers have prepared a
release: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin.org/labels/Releases
- After the pull request is merged, the website will automatically show the newest version, as well
as update the OS download links. Ping Saivann in case anything goes wrong
- If they have, it will have previously failed their Travis CI
checks because the final release files weren't uploaded.
Trigger a Travis CI rebuild---if it passes, merge.
- If they have not prepared a release, follow the Bitcoin.org release
instructions: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin.org#release-notes
- After the pull request is merged, the website will automatically show the newest version within 15 minutes, as well
as update the OS download links. Ping @saivann/@harding (saivann/harding on Freenode) in case anything goes wrong
- Announce the release:

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