Edit: Unfortunately, the images originally included in this post are gone, because of hosting problems in late 2009. My apologies.
So don’t get all in a lather because you don’t see an RC stamp on something. No one has announced a delay, and really, if Canonical is already touting Thursday’s release, I’m guessing there won’t be a delay.
In the mean time, I leave you with this. …
Taken around 0815 GMT on Tuesday, April 17. It disappeared a few minutes later, and the current subdirectories were rebuilt. Only, the timestamps inside those directories were still April 15, which says to me that there weren’t any changes.
Jumping to beryllium.canonical.com just showed the same page, so I might have missed something there. There’s also a beryllium.ubuntu.com, although there’s no lithium.ubuntu.com or helium.ubuntu.com or xenon.ubuntu.com … and I’m not trying the rest of the periodic table.
Unless it’s unbitrium, which kind of looks like “ubuntu” … nah.