The new set of rules were accepted, and have been posted to the site.
Also, we're working on getting the server accesible via TOR. Currently,
you can hit us via 4t5ezjcf2ddt5a6z.onion.
Comrade Fosslinux let me know about a way to make a friendlier name, so
working on that, but we'll leave the above in a in place as well.
In case you missed it, there's a wiki as well:
Let me know what else we should be doing, or what we can add. Working on
imap as well.
Anyone opposed to setting up tor to allow inbound access, via a .onion
address? Not as a relay (We don't have the bandwidth), and not an
Just a basic onion site to the websites and ssh (And email later too).
Welcome comrades, to tilde.red's mailing list :) I'm sure it will be a
very useful tool for us to discuss things that are much more long-winded
than suited for IRC.
Our first thing I want to crack open is the topic of our first revolution.
The current iteration of our community's rules were mostly created by me
alone, to kick off the community.
Some of those rules were supposed to be cheeky, and may not work well in
practice. Others were put into place to solve problems I've seen in the
past with communities such as ours.
Others, while catching the spirit, are bad in practice. Lots of people
have spoken out about rule #1, for example. It can actually be
counterproductive to it's intent, which is to promote inclusiveness.
However, I think it's time for our first revolution!
What should our community rules be?