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As of todays -next ( you can run the without any additional patches using the default mainline arm64 . This means distributions can enable it without trouble from 5.12 onwards. The itself needs some more work but it builds a lot on what we have for the devkit.

Misc Developer News (#57): Debian Reunion Hamburg 2022, Python Packages: pep517 build tool, New Debian mailing list: debian-math

@purism is hiring Webdev, Technical Writer, App Devs, Firmware Devs

Call management 📞 and phone status reports 🔋 📶 with #Bluetooth HFP devices are coming to #linuxmobile :linux: 📱 through #ModemManager & #PulseAudio 🔊 on @postmarketOS !

Dialing numbers, accepting, rejecting, and hanging up calls are possible through any #Bluetooth HFP device so you drive safely while making a #handsfree call!

See the demo on @peertube:

Of course there's already an #upstream MR:

@PINE64 @purism @mobian @linmob @tuxdevices

Initial compositor code is now merged onto and 's main development branches. There's some visual and structural stuff to fix before the next release but I'm running it since weeks now and it proved to be pretty stable.

I made a thing.

There have been some talks about things needing to set insets on the window, and Danielle Foré had a Pantheon Mail tweet recently ( So I tried to figure out how we could actually nicely do insets like iOS does them.

So, this is a pretty hacky demo, and yes, Nostalgia is already doing this, but I wanted to figure out how API for this could look like.

📱Quick settings are moving to phosh's lock screen which gives us more always visible indicators too:

phosh 0.17.0 is out 🚀📱 :

The release is a bit smaller than usual but syncing up with 42 is well worth it:

* Add mobile data (or rather lack thereof) indicator
* Implement portal access API
* Sync up with GNOME 42 changes

Check out the full release notes for details.

If you're running you can install `l5-devscripts` on your device and then just do:

l5-fetch-next phosh-byz

and it will fetch the latest -next Debian package from CI and install it for testing.

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Hey, so this is super cool.

Google has been collecting call and messaging data about who you talk to or send text messages to for years. There's no opt-out, no notifcation in their TOS they're doing this, and you can't see the results of that collection in Google Takeout.

With the groundwork for gestures coming to I wanted to see if we can reuse the animation code needed for that in other places like 's tiling window placement.

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Back home after a work day. Left with a 85% charged #Librem5 on 8:35, now it's 18:45 and I just received the 10% battery warning.
Quite the improvement, I'd say!

Salsa (, the Debian Gitlab instance) is back online - thanks DSA and Salsa admins!

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