It's been quite a while since the TuxOnIce website was updated, but the patch hasn't fallen into disrepair. It has been quietly maintained at Nigel's account on Github, together with the Userui and Hibernate script packages.
Now, Nigel has begun work toward a 4.0 release. The major new functionality in this release will be support for incremental images. The idea is that you hibernate once, per normal. When that cycle resumes, the image is retained and the kernel starts tracking which pages of memory have changed since the image was written. Then, when you next want to hibernate, a much smaller 'incremental' image is written and you power down much sooner. Speed in writing the image is not the sole advantage, however. Perhaps more importantly, you'll also get less wear and tear on your storage device, aiding its longevity. The new functionality is still being written, but watch out for betas (Lord willing!) in the near future!
A new release candidate is out. This fixes a small number of bugs and compilation warnings that were present in rc1.
TuxOnIce 3.2-rc1 is out. The main improvement over previous releases is the fixing of a couple of longstanding but hard to reproduce bugs. Users are encouraged to update for what will, I hope, be the most reliable TuxOnIce release ever.
A patch for the 2.6.35 kernel is now available. Humble apologies for the delay.
TuxOnIce 126.96.36.199 is now available. This release contains bug fixes since the 3.1 release.
I'm happy to announce a new stable release of TuxOnIce - version 3.1. This release includes some significant changes from 3.0, including support for striped storage, the use of UUIDs and automatic detection of images without needing resume= in the case of swap partitions (where the header is stored on a file or swap file within a filesystem, resume= is still required). The version also introduces limited support for checking last mount times of filesystems (ext2/3/4 only), which can help avoid corruption if an initrd isn't set up properly or such like. Soli deo gloria.
Another new release is ready. This version adds support for