After over a year of work – and as we’re getting closer to the next release of Site.js – I think I’m now comfortable enough to start giving the project and the organisation a bit more visibility so I’ve just mirrored the main repositories on GitHub. We will be using those for issues and pull requests in the future.

github.com/small-tech

#SiteJS #SmallTechnologyFoundation

@nurinoas @codeberg Don’t know what those are, sorry. Our canonical source repository is our own self-hosted GitLab instance.

@nurinoas @codeberg Ah, I see, more ethical GitHubs :) Neat. I was apparently already following @codeberg (brain like a sieve this one). Is Codeberg itself free and open, do you know?

@aral @nurinoas Platform running on Free and Open Software nad Content (pull requests for all improvements very welcome!), run by Codeberg e.V., operating as independent not-for-profit NGO under German/EU law.

@nurinoas @aral @codeberg those are both excellent alternatives but it is indeed a wise to strategy to keep a github mirror still, unfortunately...

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