There are two primary vi-related web sites, the vi Lover’s Home Page, by Thomer M. Gil, and the Vi Pages, by Sven Guckes. Each contains a large number of links to interesting vi-related items.
The vi Lover’s Home Page can be found at http://www.thomer.com/vi/vi.html. This site contains the following items:
A table of all known vi clones, with links to the source code or binary distributions
Links to other vi sites, including the Vi Pages, by Sven Guckes
A large number of links to vi documentation, manuals, help, and tutorials, at a number of different levels
vi macros for writing HTML documents and solving the Towers of Hanoi, and FTP sites for other macro sets
Miscellaneous vi links: poems, a story about the “real history” of vi, vi versus Emacs discussions, and vi coffee mugs (see the section vi for Java Lovers)
There are other things there, too; this makes a great starting point.
A detailed comparison of options and features among different vi clones
Screenshots of different versions of vi
A table listing many vi clones, as well as a list with contact information (name, address, URL) for the clones
Pointers to several FAQ files
Some cute quotes about vi, such as the one that opened this chapter
Other links, including a link to the vi coffee mugs
The vi Lover’s Home Page refers to this web site as “the only Vi site on this planet better than the ...