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.
On github ?
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 (https://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: https://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.
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).
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