Does GitHub's policy allow hot linking? 

I can't find anything in their policy stating that they don't. They explicitly say the feature is meant for hosting binary releases and they even provide a way to get the download count. 
Btw, I mentioned this several times, it is also possible to host a website on GitHub. The main advantage is that our website's source would be a GitHub repository, which would make collaborating on it much easier. A blog-like static website generator called Jekyll is supported.

Apart from this, I don't really see a point in moving to tuxfamily. What does tuxfamily provide that SF does not? In what way is it worth the effort?

- Lukas


2014-07-04 18:44 GMT+02:00 Tres Finocchiaro <tres.finocchiaro@gmail.com>:

Fantastic.  Does GitHub's policy allow hot linking?  This makes tuxfamily a much more viable option.  I'd like to get conversation rolling now about this. @LukasW If Johnathon doesn't chime in, can you take control of the tux hosting acct?