Welcome to tilde.pink!

A tilde server of a different shade. tilde.pink is an open tilde server, providing shell, email, and gopher/gemini accounts. We are a web free tilde using geomyidae to serve gopher, and molly-brown to serve gemini. tilde.pink runs on NetBSD. NetBSD is a unix-like operating system, similar to Linux, but different in many ways. If you're up to the challenge and want to learn new things, sign up today.

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News

09 Apr 21 - Pink is now running on NetBSD 9.1. How exciting.

06 Dec 20 - A few days ago, tilde.pink was migrated from its' original host to a new dedicated server. Thanks to Ben of tildeverse fame for the excellent hosting of tilde.pink since the beginning.

The new server is an Intel E3 1270 V2 running Proxmox with pink as a VM. This is my first big dedicated server that wasn't something I ran from home. I'm really excited to get to play with it. It comes with 16Gb of ram and 5 static IP addresses.

02 Oct 20 - We have shifted backups to Backblaze now. With that, we are now using restic instead of borgmatic. Borgmatic never seemed to get along well with NetBSD's cron. Also, Halloween is almost here!

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