2010-04-09 New Site Official lunch!
Just informing that we moved back [www.alpinelinux.org] to mediawiki. I have updated DNS so within an hour http://alpinelinux.org should point to new site. New site is based on old wiki database so all articles should be there some place and all users should be there. The old site should be available from [www-old.alpinelinux.org] and old wiki (as readonly) on [wiki-old.alpinelinux.org]. Please let us know if anything is broken or you have ideas for improvements. Thanks!
2010-03-17 Mediawiki Upgrade
Just Upgraded MediaWiki to 1.16.1beta. All looks OK for now
2009-03-16 Site Downtime
We had originally planned on upgrading to Alpine Linux 1.10 and we did, but it seems the php.ini file was a killer for our wiki and site server. I apologize for the downtime from 10:30-12:30. All systems are back-online.
2010-02-16 Alpine Linux 1.10 Release Candidates are Here
Its been over a month since the last release update, but the 1.10 Alpine Linux Release Candidates are here.
There's a 33MiB mini-iso, so you can download just what you need; and Vserver support is back. You can get to the various flavors of Alpine Linux from the new http://www.alpinelinux.org/downloads.html page.
The vserver support has PAX disabled, so its not a hardened kernel. But it does bring the vserver hosting up to a current kernel.
This version has fixed a number of bugs, and evidently people are running Alpine Linux on server-grade hardware these days. So a number of issues with dealing with server-grade devices have been addressed.
Also included is the normal upgrade of all the normal packages. The full list will be on the wiki when it leaves RC status.
2009-12-24 Alpine 1.9.3 released - With apk-tools 2.0
Alpine 1.9.3 is now available. The main reason for the update is to fix a specific problem with overlays. Also included are 6 updated packages, and a useful feature for SQL backups. It is available immediately from http://www.alpinelinux.org/download.html