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a tilde located in australia focused around australian tilde users.
breadpunk.club is a small tilde focused on bread-making and community-building. see the manifesto for more information on our mission.
semi-collaborative science fiction writing
Ctrl-C Club is a Linux server offering free SSH and web accounts to users who want to build webpages, chat online, learn Linux, play text console games, or fiddle around writing software.
A community with a loose focus on Paganism and nature.
Un tilde pero en castellano -- a small spanish-speaking tilde
tilde.club is the original tilde, created in 2014 by Paul Ford
tilde.institute, a public-access UNIX system running OpenBSD. This is a space for people to explore the OpenBSD operating system, in addition to exploring the more social aspects of a multi-user UNIX system. Gopher and web space, IRC, games, and more are available!
A gopher only tilde, providing shell acounts with email and gopher services running on a DragonflyBSD server. The site is accessible via web proxy"
tilde.team is a shared system that provides an inclusive, non-commercial space for teaching, learning, practicing and enjoying the social medium of unix.