Yes, we have CI, but it pushes binaries to our Nextcloud based server, AFAIK the best way to share content externally is through the pseudo-random link - this is way different than FTP/HTTP(S) solution where files are under predictable URL. At this point, I even wonder if it makes sense to go that way.
Uh nextcloud ... isn't that a big too big hammer for such a trivial task ? :o
Why not just putting a small webserver in a container for that ?
When I find some spare time, I could prepare an image for you ...
Seriously, having an canonical archive is very important for such vital stuff.
If PC Engines will not share FTP credentials then we can use our own 3mdeb server for predictable links, but before that move, I would like to be convinced it is worth another change in release flow.
hmm, I wonder what's the big deal w/ such a minor change. should be a matter of minutes to set it up.
If pcengines wants to sync it to their own servers, that would be pretty trivial.
In the long run, of course, it would be if pcengines would host the complete infrastructure (including CI) - or sponsor coreboot project to do that.
By the way: I've got an idle machine @1+1 (pretty good connectivity), which we could use for that. Just needs to be set up once.