GRUB 2 is now available via ftp. You can download releases from the ftp site ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/grub.
All the development is done through a Bazaar repository. If you are interested in the cutting-edge version of GNU GRUB, for example, to test a newer version or to add new features, we strongly recommend giving the latest repository version a try. You can obtain the latest GRUB source from the Bazaar:
bzr branch http://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/r/grub/trunk/grub
For developers with write access via ssh, use:
bzr branch bzr+ssh://<membername>@bzr.savannah.gnu.org/grub/trunk/grub
You can also use scp and rsync if needed.
In the Bazaar repository, a number of other development trees may be found. Notably the experimental branch of GRUB is a staging area where less tested (or more intrusive) changes are put before they are merged into trunk.
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