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

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@aral

On github ?
Seriously ?
After all the rage you threw against anyone that didn't share your anti-google crusade or had different views on how to do it ?

@LienRag Yes, it’s mirrored to GitHub so it can reach people. And yes, we will use the status quo against the interests of the status quo (ar.al/notes/spyware-vs-spyware). Also, last I checked, GitHub wasn’t owned by Google or engaged in egregious surveillance (though don’t expect me to sing Microsoft any praises).

The canonical repositories are here: source.small-tech.org/site.js

PS. There are better targets for your ire than a two-person not-for-profit trying to make things better. Punch up, not down.

@aral

Thanks for your explanations, things are more clear now.
Thanks for your work anyway.
It wasn't meant as "punching" nor wanted to be "ire", but yes I consider the "holier than thou" attitude you display sometime as detrimental to your discourse and your objectives (which, from what I get of them, I do share).

@aral @LienRag github denies connection from any country under embargo from USA.

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