Is this an EFF sponsored project? I am rather surprised to see the code hosted on a closed and proprietary platform.
Certbot is a project of the EFF
LetsEncrypt is a project of the ISRG (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Security_Research_Group)
Both use Github. All the licenses are open source. Here are some samples.
- Mozilla Licence https://opensource.org/licenses/MPL-2.0
- Mozilla Public License https://opensource.org/licenses/MPL-2.0
Why would it surprise you that the code is hosted on the largest repository on the planet for F/OSS projects? And if you’re operating on the… curious… belief that a F/OSS project must use F/OSS software for everything associated with the project, where does it stop? Can they only work on F/OSS OSs? So nobody can work on this using Windows or macOS? Must they use F/OSS text editors? What about the hardware? None of the systems being used by anyone involved in this are Open Hardware–is that a problem too?
Where does the ideological purity test stop?
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