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As of todays -next (git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/k) 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.

@tbernard @agx @KekunPlazas @dos Correction: the link is meet.gnome.org/ale-u66-xf7-kic

The link above 404s. It was an example that got pasted both here and into the GUADEC slide by my mistake.

If you're interested in GNOME Mobile development, adaptive apps, and the future of the GNOME platform join our virtual Q&A later this week!

We'll have many of the core people behind various pieces of the stack, including @agx, @KekunPlazas, @exalm, @dos, and myself.

Thursday, July 29
14:00 UTC

meet.gnome.org/ale-z3p-pjq-kkn

osk-sdl will soon be able to show a better UI when a physical keyboard is connected, e.g. if running on a laptop or on a phone that is connected to a dock.

here's a quick demo of it on the #Librem5 with #postmarketOS!

phosh 0.12.1 is out 🚀 : source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh/-

This mostly brings the bug fixes by @dos and yours truly into a release, updates translations and also no longer claims the accelerometer when automatic rotation is off (making iio-sensor-proxy sleep a lot more, helps 🔋) .

Hi all, Geary is looking for a co-maintainer!

@mjog doesn't have enough time to to do it all by themselves any more, and so is looking for a hand in taking care of day-to-day tasks such as bug triaging and fixing, and working on improving the front-end side of the app in particular.

If you're interested, take a look at the issue tracker, and pitch on in!

If you have any questions, please thread them below or get in touch with @mjog 👇

Cheers!

#Geary #GNOME

In order to handle incoming phone calls on 's lock screen I initially started out with a copy of 's code since and phosh need to act on different call objects.
But there was so much duplication so I moved the widgets (originally written by @rah and @KekunPlazas ) into -ui (meant to be used as a git submodule).
As of today it builds it's documentation using gi-docgen (bassi.io/articles/2021/03/17/m) at gitlab.gnome.org/guidog/libcal

now indicates whether the v4l stateless codec (and hence hardware acceleration) is in use next to the movie title:

Die hat ihren Bericht zu in Kommunen veröffentlicht:

Open Source in Kommunen
Ein Baustein für mehr Digitale Souveränität

t.co/yLySEd798F

@fsfe

µPlayer 's now includes all the needed bits to play accelerated video on the out of the box. This allows for fast 📼 on distros that don't ship or git.

More details at social.librem.one/@agx/1063928

Updated my Librem 5 Dogwood to "byzantium" (PureOS 10) and today I connected it to my LG monitor (27UK850) via USB-C cable to charge the phone. Monitor was recognized and configured as secondary output! No docks, direct connection.

phosh 0.12.0 is out 🚀 : source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh/-

New features:
- Only enable proximity sensor during calls
- Unblank screen on incoming calls
- encrypted volume mounts via org.Gtk.MountOperationHandler
- Show adaptive only apps in mobile mode (this is toggleable in the UI and configurable via GSetting)

This release needs either an or patch. See release notes for the details for details, the full list of changes and contributors.

On my quest to land some more pending merge requests I finally reworked the mode based app filtering (social.librem.one/@agx/1050042) so only docked mode shows all apps by default while only adaptive ones are shown in mobile mode.

This can be toggled manually via a button and also disabled completely via a . Mobile mode gets more tidy this way (and you can always white list individual apps).

@purism

Today I learned (source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh/-) that you can bring up the App Search bar on Phosh to launch another app with Super-a.

This is really helpful when using your Phosh running device with a hardware keyboard, e.g. for #convergence.

Thanks @agx!

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