Linux distributions, like Arch, Debian or Ubuntu are using repositories to keep track of the available software for their operating systems. Most of them are using multiple servers around the world to provide users in different continents with the best experience in both speed and reliability.
Sourcelist is a personal project that generates source list configuration files for different Linux distributions. Sourcelist assists users to select the appropriate options such as the country of residence, the installed Linux distribution, and the type of repositories users would like to have. Based on those questions, Sourcelist will generate a ready-to-use configuration that users can copy-paste into their systems.