I've been independently researching math, for a while in the homeless community. While I am generally safe, situational realities (weather, equipment stress, health and especially how cities can discard possessions) are weighing on me more heavily as I prepare to publish work. I have as much on paper as digitally, and I'm working on getting notebooks photographed.
What is a responsible/automatic way, should I (e.g.) die suddenly, to pass on research work? I'm a bit unusual in the sense that people don't understand why I'm homeless (so...more isolated, I have no peers it would be responsible to use), and it seems dubious a university would take me -- an unknown -- seriously.
I know, e.g., that gmail can transfer ownership to another entity after an inactivity timer expires, but that could easily go wrong. A lawyer doesn't make sense; I have no estate and the city would get my stuff first.
I'm not concerned about credit as much as passing on the work. Collaboration could work; I just don't know how to escrow / dead-man switch this so someone actually sees it.