Article published by: Leah Rowe
Date of publication: 11 April 2023
Libreboot’s mission is to help as many people use coreboot as possible. This means Libreboot should reach out to as many people as possible. By maintaining a presence on several websites, it can do just that!
So today, I started making accounts on a few of the more popular Git hosting platforms that seem reasonable from a software freedom perspective, or are otherwise places where lots of freedom-minded people might see it. These mirrors are provided as a backup, in case the main Codeberg mirror is ever offline for any reason.
I can now announce the following official mirrors of Libreboot’s git repository, controlled directly by the Libreboot project; first, the build system (lbmk):
Secondly, lbwww (markdown files for the Libreboot website):
All of these mirrors were created today, and they are listed on the Git page. See:
More mirrors will be created over time, and added as they become available. If you know of a decent Git site where you think Libreboot should mirror on, or you’re the operator of such a site and want Libreboot on there, feel free to get in touch!
UPDATE: on 12 April 2023, Libreboot gained these additional mirrors:
UPDATE: on 15 April 2023, Libreboot gained these additional mirrors:
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