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So...

Why is the coreboot documentation in the main git repository?

That's going to weigh down the repository and make it huge, over the
years. It means that adding images etc is going to be a pain too.

What do people think about having the docs as a separate repository?
This way people who want to work on code but not docs don't have to
download docs.

And images using some kind of hosting site (by coreboot) e.g.
images.coreboot.org (since putting images in a git repository isn't
really a good idea)
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