7 votes

Tildeverse - association of like-minded tilde communities

So we have many communities and everyone gets free *nix shell access, you can ssh into the remote server (mostly ubuntu) and do whatever you want! I mostly go there to talk with other users.

It is all old school, we use the command line and there is no gui that you can work with. You have to use the cli for everything you do (easy to learn).

You can -

  • learn programming
  • make webpages
  • make new friends
  • play games
  • learn more about *nix

and much more.

See https://tildeverse.org to get started. (https://tilde.team/wiki/?page=other-tildes for more tilde servers)

I'll suggest you to join ctrl-c.club or tilde.town and then try other servers. You can make account everywhere ofc. I am ~cyaniventer on tildeverse, see ctrl-c.club/~cyaniventer

Edit: Not related to tildes.net

3 comments

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    masochist Link
    Please note that this has nothing to do with tildes.net and that the name is merely coincidental.

    Please note that this has nothing to do with tildes.net and that the name is merely coincidental.

    9 votes
    1. cyaniventer Link Parent
      yes, maybe I should add that above.

      yes, maybe I should add that above.

  2. acdw Link
    Hey, I've just been getting more active into tilde.town recently! It's great to see this -- I really do like exploring around the town and seeing everyone's cool sites. I also like the aesthetic...

    Hey, I've just been getting more active into tilde.town recently! It's great to see this -- I really do like exploring around the town and seeing everyone's cool sites. I also like the aesthetic of hand-made websites, it makes me feel creative to see everyone's work. And I keep conflating it with Tildes, since the names are so similar, lol. I don't really have anything constructive to say, I guess, I just really like the tildeverse and I'm glad you posted this topic :)

    2 votes