Dragora mirrors usually contain ISO images, binary packages and the sources used to build them, as well as what is published by the project (for example, cross compilers).
If there's no Dragora mirror near you, you're welcome to contribute one. First, for users/downloaders: the address http://rsync.dragora.org/ contain ISO images and distributed source code (in various compression formats).
Mirroring the Dragora server requires approximately 7.6GB disk space (as of April 2019). You can rsync directly from rsync.dragora.org:
rsync -rltpHS --delete-excluded rsync://rsync.dragora.org/ /your/dir/
However, please consider mirroring from another site, again to reduce load on the Dragora server. The listed sites provide access to all the material on rsync.dragora.org. They update from us nightly (at least), and you may access them via rsync with the same options as above.
We keep a file called "timestamp" under the main tree after each synchronization. This file can be used to verify, instead of synchronizing all the content at once, you can check if this file has been updated and then continue with full synchronization.
We distribute software in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty. No author or distributor of this software accepts responsibility to anyone for the consequences of using it or for whether it serves any particular purpose or works at all, unless they say so in writing. This is exactly the same warranty that proprietary software companies offer: none.