Just a suggestion here (actually 2):
Could you perhaps for the sake of overview etc. delete a VERY problematic ISO like LMCE-1004-20120508033925950.iso? Its only if in a day or 2 somebody find a specific problem with the latest, and you have to advise not to use it - somebody could perhaps overlook this thread and then download an image that is REALLY problematic... It's fine to have the old ISOs available, I remember back in the 810 days when sometimes a beta 3 versions old would be the best at a given time, but if a snapshot is bound to be defect, then lets remove it..
And secondly: I am the biggest fan of rsync - how about having the latest ISO twice on the iptp.org server. One should be called "LMCE-1004-20120509195625955.iso" (or whatever), and then the other one could be "LMCE-1004-latest_pre-beta.iso" - and all people should do is zsync that file, and never have to worry
(since you would be the one overwriting the latest - with the latest
-Tony (who's is only downloading the DVD iso because his setup really F***ed when disabling Myth and enabling VDR - and decided to test this iso)
It's finished baking.
For those of you with older iso's, what I would do if I were you, is try and take advantage of the new zsync's.
Just rename your current image to the new one, so for instance:
mv LMCE-1004-20120506204225945.iso LMCE-1004-20120509195625955.iso
sudo apt-get install zsync
and it will just download what is different between them