I finally have the ability to set up and manage repositories in GitHub. As discussed in various contexts, I would like to create a repository for sample IFC files, IFC2x3 and IFC4, with varied levels of complexity (though let’s not get too crazy), for “public” testing and example purposes. I propose that there be a single “SAMPLE FILES” repository with folders for each of the different “purposes”, e.g.:
- IFC4 (includes .ifc, .ifcxml, .rdf, .ttl)
We can also set up GitHub Pages to help provide documentation/guidance on the purpose/use of the files.
What do y’all think? Any other suggestions?