I'm working on a project within Red Hat that has a goal of finding potential kernel bugs and errors before they make it into the kernel tree. It's working well so far internally but we're looking to see if we can leverage our automation to do the same thing with upstream (kernel.org) kernel trees.
The challenge we have right now is that we need some public-facing hosting/storage for artifacts that come out of our pipeline. This would include compiled kernel tarballs, compressed build/test logs, and small bits of metadata. We're using about 100GB of storage internally now and we rotate out old builds when the storage starts to get full.
Would this be something we could host with OSCI? Thanks in advance for your help!