Since the gitoriousocalypse the de facto centralized source repository
for copyleft-next has been github.com/richardfontana/copyleft-next. For
some time the organization github.com/copyleft-next has existed as well
functioning as a mirror of the former repository. I am going to attempt
to treat the latter repository as the authoritative source
On a related note, I've been experimenting a bit with Docker containers
for certain free software source code hosting systems such as Kallithea,
with some hopeful results.
I am presently am employee of the United States Treasury and work in the "Accounts Management" function of the Wage & Investment business operating division of the Internal Revenue Service. My participation in copyleft-next takes place outside my Tour of Duty so it is not to be construed as work created by an employee of the United States Government on official time or during official business. None of my statements or opinions should be construed as being reflective of the opinions, policies, negotiating positions, or other official positions of the United States Government. With regards to participating in the development of copyleft-next I act solely on my own behalf.
With luck I may get to shed this disclaimer on or before 12 noon Eastern on January 20, 2017.