Tracking known tildes that have since gone offline.
Summit Pubnix was an intentional and inclusive community for developing, making, learning, teaching, socializing, and enjoying various aspects of GNU/Linux in a free and non-commercial environment. It now exists primarily as a community of people interested in UNIX and Linux.
|club6.nl||club6.nl was a tilde server in Amsterdam (Netherlands) that went online in January 2015 and claimed to be the first Public Access UNIX System available only on IPv6. |
|nand.club||a new anti-capitalist, solarpunk tilde|
|protocol.club||protocol.club explored the fundamental and unique learning opportunities provided by the implementation of standardized protocols. It was a place for curious minds to explore and experiment, to educate and be educated about protocols and implementations old and new alike. While inspired by tilde.club and federated with the rest of the tildeverse via NNTP (et cetera), protocol.club had a stronger focus on its particular mission and has several differences from other tilde boxes, namely: they had a Code of Conduct, and they had some resources available locally to aid development of protocol implementations and new draft protocols. They also serve dpages over HTTPS.|
|RIOTGIRL.CLUB||RIOTGIRL.CLUB was a community and space for learning, being yourself, and making cool shit for the Web. The Internet can be a *shitty* and *depressing* place. RIOTGIRL.CLUB seeked to be the opposite, a techno-utopia that we all hoped that the Internet would be. We were pro-girl. NOT anti-boy! So, everyone was welcome to join. Everyone except JERKS.|
|thunix.org||thunix offered Secure Shell (SSH) accounts, Web Hosting, Email Accounts, and many other things to people free of charge.|
|tilde.best||tilde.best was a Debian server which is aiming to have a best community and best features.|
|tilde.cat||This was (or rather might've been) public shell server like the club, the town, or other ~ servers.|
|tilde.center||A public unix server focused around decentralization, federation, and home-brewed open source projects.|
|tilde.red||tilde.red was a server hosted in Turkey that went offline at an unknown date before november 2016. It later became a community-run server that has also gone offline.|
|tildespark||Tilde Spark was a constantly evolving intentional community devoted to free software, open hardware and meeting new people!|