Problems in Termux

Project Package name Maintainer Problem
httping httpingtermux@termux Homepage link https://www.vanheusden.com/httping/ is dead (HTTP 404) for more than a month and should be replaced by alive link (or link to archive.org as a last resort).
ipset ipsetvishalbiswas@termux Homepage link http://ipset.netfilter.org/ is a permanent redirect to its HTTPS counterpart https://ipset.netfilter.org/ and should be updated.
lxc lxcleonid.pliushch@gmail.com Homepage link http://linuxcontainers.org/ is a permanent redirect to its HTTPS counterpart https://linuxcontainers.org/ and should be updated.
multitail multitailtermux@termux Homepage link http://www.vanheusden.com/multitail/ is dead (HTTP 404) for more than a month and should be replaced by alive link (or link to archive.org as a last resort).
picolisp picolisptermux@termux Homepage link https://picolisp.com/wiki/?home is dead (Server disconnected) for more than a month and should be replaced by alive link (or link to archive.org as a last resort).
rcshell rcshelltermux@termux Homepage link http://tobold.org/article/rc is dead (DNS error: could not contact DNS servers) for more than a month and should be replaced by alive link (or link to archive.org as a last resort).
tree-steve-baker treetermux@termux Homepage link http://mama.indstate.edu/users/ice/tree/ is dead (Connect timeout (60 seconds)) for more than a month and should be replaced by alive link (or link to archive.org as a last resort).
tweego tweegotermux@termux Homepage link https://bitbucket.org/tmedwards/tweego is dead (HTTP 404) for more than a month and should be replaced by alive link (or link to archive.org as a last resort).
wpa-supplicant wpa-supplicanttermux@termux Homepage link http://hostap.epitest.fi/wpa_supplicant is a permanent redirect to its HTTPS counterpart https://hostap.epitest.fi/wpa_supplicant and should be updated.
x265 libx265termux@termux Homepage link http://x265.org/ is dead (SSL error: certificate has expired) for more than a month and should be replaced by alive link (or link to archive.org as a last resort).