if you're new to the team and haven't heard about the freebsd server
that we maintain for ~team users.
it's somewhat barebones, but has web- and mailservers that are up and
running, ready to serve php and static files from ~/public_html.
this is the process that i use to migrate user accounts:
~/.ssh/authorized_keys is copied over from tilde.team proper, meaning
you can ssh to bsd.tilde.team with the same keys that you use here.
there's also an inspircd node running there for the tilde.chat network,
so you can connect to localhost/6667 there as well.
i plan on using this list as a place to post updates and other info.
holler here if you need anything or have any package requests etc.
In the continuous search for the freeedom at any technology I use, I'm
searching for mobile alternatives for Android (+google).
During this search I've known SailfishOS  and e.foundation. The
leader is meego based, but has apk support. The latter is android
derivative with gapps replaced by the services of e.foundation.
Since both seem a reasonable alternative, I was wondering if anyone here
has experience with any of these, and could share his/hers opinions.
Any guidance also in the process of creating a dual boot to a cellular
is more than welcome. I'm seriously thinking in buying an Xperia XA2 as
it's supported by both OSs
Thanks in advance, and have a nice day :)
it's been a while since i posted any updates to this mailing list, so
here's a few news updates for those who don't frequent irc :)
in no particular order:
* feels has been updated from upstream and re-patched for some tilde.team
customizations. info at:
* our wiki has some new features now
- linkable headers (like this
- pretty urls (now without the ?page= query parameter)
* weechat relays over unix sockets: weechat added support for using unix
sockets for the relay plugin in version 2.5. i've configured nginx to
proxy your relay connection (so you don't have to use an ssh tunnel)
to your local relay socket. see
https://tilde.team/wiki/irc#weechat-relays for more info. holler on
irc or here on the mailing list if you need help setting this up!
* cgi-bin on user pages: inspired by envs.net (a new tilde created by
~creme). i've added support for cgi-bin in your ~/public_html dirs.
create an executable script in ~/public_html/cgi-bin/ and try it out!
hope you're all having a great summer and staying cool in this heat!