There's already deb & rpm packages on downloads.dlang.org so it shouldn't be a huge leap to have 'official' (as in, hosted on dlang.org) repos for Ubuntu / Fedora users. Is there any appetite for doing this? I know I'd much prefer to get dmd/dub updated whenever I update my machine rather than having to do things like this:
sudo rpm --upgrade http://downloads.dlang.org/releases/$(date +'%Y')/dmd-2.097.1-0.fedora.x86_64.rpm
Also, there's letsencrypt ssl certs on both dlang.org and forum.dlang.org, why not also get https setup for downloads.dlang.org?