Well, this threw quite the wrench into what I had wanted to do... hummm
Consider Debian: they require one, or several buildbots to build all of their packages for ppc64be and le.
Therefore, wouldn't their access be permanent?
Or do they have their own infra by now?
Repeater Nesting Utility: github.com/tsweet77/nesting-files-creation-utility
Here is a paper on it: www.academia.edu/48996313/Introducing_a_New_Programming_Object_for_All_Languages_The_Servitor
Here's its creator's academic hub: utsa.academia.edu/ThomasSweet
Another goal of this is, in Mr. Thomas Sweet's words: "to reach more parts of the open source community". Ergo, spreading awareness.
Note: I am not Mr. Thomas Sweet, I am speaking on his behalf as he told me to, as then I would control the server better (I am working alongside him).
@jr-santos98 build a newer image with the debian cloud image scripts https://wolke.linn.io/s/AKxqLySKCDfTRYY
Current debian BE images are quite old and can't be easily upgraded (due to repo gpg key change plus other issues).
I already tried rebuilding last year but there were conflicts in the debian-ports repo.
I was now able to build an up to date image again with my updated fork of the debian-cloud-images tool https://github.com/JoelLinn/debian-cloud-images .
@jr-santos98 Could you make the new image publicly available again, donwload link didn't change from last time