Welcome to the world's first (and possibly only) Windows-based tilde!
As the majority of tildes are public-access UNIX-like servers, we thought that we'd spice things up a bit and be non-conformists. We figured that, since the tildeverse is all about learning, why should we restrict ourselves to learning only about UNIX-like operating systems and programming under them? That's why Wilde was created; to help people learn and understand the Windows environment in a more intimate way.
Wilde (pronounced Will-da) is a free, public-access remote computer, running Windows Server 2012. Services offered include SSH access through OpenSSH, web hosting through Apache, gopher hosting (which is in the works,) Remote Desktop access, Git for Windows and several programming and scripting language environments, as well as the most common software for home and office applications. The aim of Wilde is to be as useful, enjoyable and as easily accessible as possible, to both novices and experts.