Ask HN: I don't want to rely on GitHub as the only storage of my opensource code
I am currently hosting my open source contributions on GitHub.
I think it would be foolish to think that GitHub will be around and be trustworthy forever. At some point it will go down like every other project does.
What is a good way to make sure I can still access my repos no matter what happens to GitHub?
I don't want to host them locally. Too much of a hassle.
What's an easy way to mirror them to other places?