phosh 0.20.0~beta1 is out 🚀📱 :
Couple of days late due to #Debian Reunion in HH but here we go:
* swipe gestures on top and bottom bar
* quick settings and top bar on lock screen
* Revamp settings menu
* Lots of detail fixes
It's a beta since we want to put some final touches on gestures and top-bar to not regress (see https://gitlab.gnome.org/groups/World/Phosh/-/milestones/2#tab-issues).
Check out the full release notes https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/phosh/-/tags/v0.20.0_beta1 for details.
phosh 0.17.0 is out 🚀📱 :
The release is a bit smaller than usual but syncing up with #GNOME 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 https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/phosh/-/tags/v0.17.0 for details.
Completely forgot 🤦 : I've tagged a new git snapshot of feedbackd on 2022-02-08: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/feedbackd/-/tags/v0.0.0+git20220208
Changes are config reload at runtime, keeping the configured profile over reboots and some API doc updates. Thanks for the contributions everyone!
Heads up: phosh-osk-stub moved out of #phosh's repo and to: https://gitlab.gnome.org/guidog/phosh-osk-stub as it acquired more and more cruft while debugging some (now fixed) touch input related issues in #gtk 4.
Mostly mentioning it here since some distros (such as #debian) used it in the past on architectures that had trouble building #rust to fulfill session dependencies (which is not an issue anymore nowadays) so it can safely be dropped.
We'll be having a (virtual) #phosh contributors get together at #fosdem2022 this Sunday. The jitsi room can likely handle some more people so if you're a #phosh contributor (designer, translator, bug reporter, developer, distribution packager, …) and want to meet the other folks just sign up at https://fosdem.org/2022/schedule/event/mobile_phosh/
See you there!
phosh 0.15.0 is out 🚀 :
More improvements for every day use: Swipe notification frames, initial VPN support (indicator, authentication and quick setting), support for non-numeric password, first parts of a style refresh and more.
Check out the full release notes https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/phosh/-/tags/v0.15.0 for details.
If you want to be always up to date about what's cooking for the next #phosh release (besides what's already merged to the main branch) check out phosh-next: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh-next - it gets all the merge-requests that are waiting for more review, some minor cleanups, etc. The current list of MRs is in the commit message and `debian/changelog`.
Please don't ship that in distributions but additional review, feedback and testing is certainly very welcome.
So far #phosh's system prompts had no way to express the input purpose as #GCR used underneath didn't yet support it, hence e.g. a SIM card pin prompt would bring up a full keyboard instead of just a keypad.
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