I'm developing a desktop app and i'm using StrapDown.js. My question start with the StrapDown project page. It says:
This project is released under the GPLv3 license, for more details, take a look at the LICENSE file in the source.
My doubt comes with the fact that he has "hidden" the project repo (in BitBucket):
As of now, StrapDown.js does not have it own git repository. And I don't want to, because it is cleaner to let it live on http://lbesson.bitbucket.org/md.
So my question is: can I publish a desktop app in GitHub (with the original licenses)? Even the StrapDown source code? I've been reading a bit and that license seems to allow users to publish modified versions of the code/software/licensed thing, but my doubt comes because the mantainer (who forked the original GitHub project and modified it to make (a new?) StrapDown) has not publish the code.
UPDATE: New website of the same project: https://naereen.github.io/StrapDown.js/