Well, I do not want, to do any of the things you mention to begin with.
My question was a bit rhetorical, and yes I can post text, you can post text, and we can agree this text is also in the bash scripting language, but that does not necessarily make it a revisioned code sharing and exchange. Or?
Then, by any means I have no intention to lead anything, so this can be taken over at any time, I’d be glad to transfer the ownership of the organisation, preferably to eve officials if that would be the case.
Finally there will be I assume instances where, a set of specific configurations will be needed for, virtually any distribution one might choose to work on, or share with the rest. For example, a specific x11 config, or a touch driver not included in the standard apt, aux or whatever repositories, and finally guides that may be made available by anyone etc. All of which perhaps will be evolved, edited or amended in the future. So, let’s say a central place for looking up what exists, or to be improved, is the purpose perhaps, of this collective set of repositories. I started one, which I was intending to fill in, in a github-wiki style format, the hw specifications of v, which would be useful when looking up drivers, or software in the different distributions.
But, why you ask all this, I think they seem to be commonsense when it comes to the purpose of their existence. Was it not entirely clear or smth?