Zerocat Label  v0.1.0
General Documentation for the Zerocat Label.
The Zerocat Repository Structure

(aka 'zerocat tree')

The repositories are available at:

To get the full overview of repos, please use:

$ ssh git@zerocat.org

zerocat/

Zerocat toplevel folder. Contains Repos only.

playground/

This is the place for first experiments.

projects/

This is the place for kind of mature projects, which are intended to go public some day.

doc/

This is the place of general documentation which may apply to several projects and to the zerocat label itself.

Publically available:

$ git clone git://zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/doc

artwork/

Here, you will find logos, flyers, v-cards, sleeves and promotional material.

Available for the zerocat team:

$ git clone git@zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/artwork

website/

This is the zerocat website engine, our build tool.

Available for the zerocat team:

$ git clone git@zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/website

talks/

Unsure, if talks-documentation should go public.

Available for the zerocat team:

$ git clone git@zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/talks

fairmondo/

Fairmondo is our sales platform. Legal documents, account information and product descriptions are placed herein.

Available for the zerocat team:

$ git clone git@zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/fairmondo

chipflasher/

The chipflasher is our first and most important public hardware project. It is intended to be a true free-design chip flasher.

Publically available:

$ git clone git://zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/chipflasher

turning-hook/

A heavy-duty mechatronic project at its very beginning.

Publically available:

$ git clone git://zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/turning-hook

chipflasher/

Historic repository, not in use any more. This is how everything started. DO NOT MODIFY! DO NOT PUSH HERE!

Available for the zerocat team:

$ git clone git@zerocat.org/zerocat/chipflasher