This release fixes some regressions introduced in the 0.8 release.
Registrations for slcon5 are now open.
suckless hackathon: we met on Sep 1-3 2017 in Würzburg, Germany.
suckless.org now supports TLS using Let’s Encrypt. Cloning git repos over HTTPS now works. Some links on the page have been changed to allow both HTTP and HTTPS.
HSTS is not fully working yet. This will be fixed.
The IPv6 AAAA record was added and IPv6 is fully working now.
suckless has many subdomains, these should hopefully all work via TLS. If you see a subdomain without a signed certificate please report it. If you find any broken links on the wiki pages, these can be fixed by anyone.
The suckless.org project is now hosted on a new server. All inactive accounts have been removed during the relocation.
Please note that the new ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:7DBXcYScmsxbv7rMJUJoJsY5peOrngD4QagiXX6MiQU.
surf now uses webkit2 by default. The webkit1 version is kept in the surf-webkit1 branch. The “master” branch doesn’t exist anymore, HEAD is now surf-webkit2, so be sure to rebase your local master commits onto surf-webkit1.
Videos of the slcon 2016 talks are now available.
slcon3 preliminary schedule now published. If you want to attend please register before: 2016-09-01.
Videos of the slcon2 talks are now available.
Kai and Anselm gave an interview about suckless.org on Randal Schwartz’s FLOSS Weekly show
slcon2 will be held in Budapest on 2015-10-(30-31).
The CfP for interested participants is now open and will end on 2015-04-30.
We are glad to announce the slcon 2013 programme.
We are glad to announce the switch to git from mercurial in all of our repositories. You can find them at git.suckless.org Many thanks to 20h for his contribution!
Today we heard a very sad news that our friend, contributor and philosophical advisor Uriel has passed away peacefully. We will miss him a lot.
Anselm gave a talk about The ‘suckless.org’ universe at the LinuxTag 2011 conference in Berlin.
We learned today that the previous wmii maintainer, who wasn’t actively involved since 2007, Denis Grelich, died on 2010-03-12. We thank him for his work. Rest in peace.
We applied as a mentoring organisation for GSoC 2010. See our project ideas for GSoC 2010 page for further details.
There was a small community meeting in Berlin! Thanks to all attendees.