Establishing a Fuduntu mirror is easy.
You will have to consider the disk space. In October 2012, the mirror requires just a little more than 50GB. And it will most likely grow bigger over time. If you have this much of disk accessible online, then please consider helping out by setting up your own mirror.
To create and maintain your new mirror create a cron job that syncs Fuduntu once or twice a day.
For example, to mirror Fuduntu 2x daily using a stock CentOS installation you may configure something similar to the following:
# mkdir -p /var/www/html/mirror/fuduntu/ # crontab -e
Add the following cron job:
00 00,06 * * * rsync -av --delete rsync://packages.fuduntu.org/repo /var/www/html/mirror/fuduntu/ 2>&1 >/var/log/fuduntu-mirror.log
Note: You will have to modify the example above to suit your system. Be cautious when testing, or test without --delete as it can and will destroy data. Only add it once your configuration is fully vetted.
Once you have a replica, verify it by connecting to http://your_site_here/mirror/fuduntu in your web browser. If everything checks out OK, send the link to team at fuduntu dot org.
The Fuduntu team thanks you in advance for considering becoming a Fuduntu mirror.