Welcome to Ctrl-C Club! Population: 581
Signups are open! Join us here!
Just signed up? Looking for some documentation? Wondering "What now?"
Read our fine wiki!
Want to chat?
We're now part of the tilde.chat IRC network!
- ctrl-c.tilde.chat:6667, or
- ctrl-c.tilde.chat:6697 with SSL
How about a forum?
Our text forum, Iris, is availabable through SSH! Once you're logged in, type `iris` to join the conversation.
Want to get involved in the next big little thing?
If you've been paying attention to your home directory, you've noticed a new subdirectory: `public_gemini`. That's because we're now running a Gemini server! It's available at gemini://gemini.ctrl-c.club
Gemini is a new, collaboratively designed internet protocol that is less complicated than the web, but more robust and modern than gopher.
Add .gmi files to your public_gemini directory, and your Gemini site will be published to our Gemini home page in an hour or so.
Details about the protocol are available at https://gemini.circumlunar.space
It's a place for the curious to poke around and play.
Ctrl-C Club is a Linux server offering free SSH and web accounts to users who want to build webpages, chat online, learn Linux, play text console games, or fiddle around writing software.
- Make a web page
- Chat with others
- Learn some Linux
- Play games
- Do some programming
- And A Bunch of Other Stuff
Find more information in the FAQ or the Wiki.
What's everyone been up to?
- ~nttp has been busy! In addition to setting up the most extensive Gemini capsule on Ctrl-C.club yet, he's developed a brand-new line-editor, Snaked. Check it out!
- ~sata has built an RGB guessing game here! How good are you at recognizing colors?
- ~nomius, the man behind the Kwort Linux distribution, is hosting a patch repository here on Ctrl-C.club!
- ~0x00ctrl made a page listing the social networks our users have posted on their personal pages!
- We now have a bot that tracks what's going on in the IRC channels! Big thanks to ~greymtr for getting that set up!
- ~philips has kicked off an ambitious new project: The Flow MUD! Check it out and pitch in to help!
- ~jstg is putting together a list of the software that's installed on Ctrl-C.club! Check it out!
- ~philips put together a new tool for creating polls from the command-line, which is now available system-wide.
- ~philips has updated Bake. Now it will set the author's name to the system username by default!
- ~ksikka hit the ground running with an in-depth look at Berkeley DB
- ~philips has put together a collaborative short story project. Go read and contribute!
- Bake has been updated to support multiple bakefiles and RSS feeds. Thanks, ~philips!
- ~Azmo has put together a tool for editing his site straight from the browser: Rotide! Some of us have taken to opportunity to leave little notes on his site. Check it out!
- Our own ~philips has been working on Bake, a templated blog generator. It's been installed for anyone to use, so give it a whirl!
~philips has made a new tool, netrec, for recording nethack sessions, which can be played back in your browser! Check it out and watch it play!
- ~bear has put together a map of Ctrl-C.club users. Find it here! Read the description of the page to find out how to opt-in.
- ~endorphant has set up a World File at /home/endorphant/HELLO.txt. Hop in and leave a message saying howdy!
- ~bear has been working on making a list of all the projects and code Ctrl-C.clubbers are working on! Check it out!
- A couple of Ctrl-C members have been working with Inform 7 to write text adventure games (aka Interactive Fiction). ~endorphant has put up some documentation about parchment, a system for running Z-Machine games in the browser!
- ~endorphant is building a page to make a narrative out of our nethack sessions! Check it out!
- ~pgadey keeps building new stuff! Now we have a place where you can see whose pages have been updated lately.
- We now have some docs on communicating with wall, who, finger, and write. Thanks, ~pgadey!
- See the nethack high scores here.
Links to useful Ctrl-C.club pages
Looking for information about the outage of Feb. 2016? Check here.