Host 'Advanced Sharer for diaspora*' on diasporafoundation.org
As per this discussion in GitHub, a Mozilla member has indicated that the sharing service for Firefox could be included in the service directory if it was hosted on core project domain instead of GitHub.
Many of us daily rely on Diaspora* Advanced Sharer, which currently is hosted on GitHub, for sharing content to diaspora* pods. For those that don't know what d*as is, it allows routing sharing through a centralized place to any diaspora* pod. This allows not only web sites to embed a button on their site, but also users to share content to multiple pods from the same browser.
D*AS also includes a Firefox Social API extension to add an entry to Firefox's sharing service menu. This is the extension that could be included in the Firefox service directory, if the app was first hosted on a project run server, instead of GitHub.
For fall-back purposes, of course the GitHub version should stay alive, but the Firefox service directory would use the project hosted version.
Any opposition to this, do we need a proposal? It's a little more maintenance overhead compared to hosting it on GitHub, but if hosting another version on the project domain would increase visibility for diaspora*, I'd say it's worth it. I'll volunteer to host it on my server, but we can decide on that after possible voting if someone else is interested too.
The sub-domain could be for example 'share.diasporafoundation.org'?