A Snow repository is a list of zero or more packages and/or sibling repositories. The snow-fort repository lives at https://snow-fort.org/s/repo.scm, but clients may maintain their own lists of repositories or learn about new repos via the sibling links.
(repository ;; A sibling is a pointer to another repository, which the client may ;; choose to search as well. The URL points to a file containing ;; another `repository' sexp. The optional trust level is a real ;; number in [0..1] indicating the current repository's trust in the ;; sibling - the user's trust level is the product of all trust ;; levels along the shortest path to a source. The default is 0.5. ;; ;; Siblings may be used to build a distributed network of ;; repositories, to split the current repository into several URLs ;; for performance (e.g. moving seldom changing packages or publisher ;; lists to a repo with a longer refresh), or to provide translated ;; versions of the repo. Clients are free to ignore siblings and/or ;; maintain their own lists of repositories. (sibling (name "Some Other Repo") (url "http://some-other-repository.org/packages.scm") (trust 0.5)) ;; Packages (package ;; Structure as described in the package specification. ...))
You can make a pull request at https://github.com/ashinn/snow-fort/ if you want to add your repo as a sibling.