Something that has surprised me over the few weeks I've had this #Librem5 phone is the rapid progress. Each week brings at least one big improvement. Case in point, yesterday's kernel update (should hit main repos in a few days) made a noticeable change in the phone's heat and touchscreen performance.
If you are using libhandy, use the libhandy-0-0 branch instead of master — e.g. in your Flatpak manifests.
We will soon bump the API version on master to prepare libhandy 1.0, so if you get libhandy from that branch, your app *will* stop building.
ok i wrote another update on the state of Reform, i guess the last one before campaign launch https://mntre.com/media/reform_md/2020-01-18-finishing-reform.html
Philip Morris is moving from cigarettes to vapes to “fundamentally enhance” your health.
Just to be sure: the screen goes dark in between to demo #hotplug
Introducint #gtherm to get thermal zone and cooling device information easily: https://honk.sigxcpu.org/con/Introducing_gtherm.html
The video shows how the shell activates #gnome Settings multiple times while another application (the terminal) is in the foreground. The slight delay is caused by Settings taking a moment to figure out it's already running (https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/gnome-control-center/issues/61)
This is part of phoc 0.1.5 (0.1.5 (https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phoc/-/tags/v0.1.5).
Seems like 90% of my known fediverse is at #36C3 today. Have fun everyone! :)
for some reason sometimes keys break for me on the phosh keyboard, but it runs on the #pinephone :D
And here's the corresponding phoc release: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phoc/-/tags/v0.1.4
Most changes are around window movement via keyboard but also some bugs got fixed.