So you've decided to support the idea of reproducible research and want to make your data available online for people to see and use. The question is, where do you host it?
My first inclination is of course the private webspace I have on a university server, but these things aren't actually all that persistent - if I leave, the directory stays open a very short period of time before it vanishes. Hardly the right setting for keeping data available for people to use and work with in the future.
Do you use something like GitHub or SourceForge? Or another service?
The data in question is the output of some simulations of very narrow interest - so I don't necessarily think somewhere like InfoChimps or another one of the public data repositories is the right home for it. This is less "You can learn things with this code!" and more "You can replicate Figure 3 in this paper".