envs.net is a minimalist, non-commercial shared linux system and will always be free to use.
We are linux lovers, sysadmins, programmers and users who like to build webpages, write blogs, chat online, play cool console games and so much more. do you wish to join a small shell user space?
A small hobby software PBX for the tildeverse. So far users can make calls, leave voicemails and participate in a multi-user conference with more features to come. The numbers are loosely broken down by tilde, with each tilde having its own prefix "area code." It's set aside for tilde users only, and is not connected to the PSTN - you have to be an active tilde user just to get the admin's attention.
Git repositories of interest to tilde users.
Distributed chat via shared flat file. Implemented as a shell script with a shared logfile.
Dataforge is an fledgling independent, hybrid shell provider/tilde server operated by Wesley Banderia (aka; praetor) of Fort Worth, Texas. While it's core mission is to provide services to retrocomputing enthusiasts, it serves as a home for anyone. Dataforge is hosted on a fleet of Silicon Graphics machines, its primary tilde host is running on an SGI Challenge S. Dataforge UUCP, however, is running on a Google Cloud VPS for purposes of reliability and fault tolerance.
We're working on providing services to the tildeverse, a community of *nix boxes that aim to share the fun and love! A list of services and source code repos, specifically.
cosmic.voyage is a tilde community based around a collaborative science-fiction universe. Users write stories as the people aboard ships, colonies, and outposts, using the only remaining free, interconnected network that unites the dispersed peoples of the stars. If you would like to join us, contact tomasino [at] cosmic [dot] voyage.
This is the set of code and utilities for running and managing the tilde.club server.
A Python MUD influenced by Inform7.
Homepage of one of the tildes out there.
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