@hacknorris It's just a usb-c cable that attaches to any USB-C charger. You get it in Simlim Tower in Singapore but should also be able to get it in other consumer it spaces:

@chrichri Sieht nach Liguster aus. Leicht giftig. Alternativen fuer Bienen im Fruehjahr ist Sal-Weider, die kann man auch klein halten und die Bienen freuen sich ueber den ersten Pollen oder Maigloeckenstrauch, der brummt auch ordenlich blueht aber lange nicht so lang wie Liguster.

phosh 0.20.0~beta2 is out 🚀📱 :

It fixes most of the things for 0.20.0 but there's more.

Check out the full release notes at gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/p for details.

@purism

phoc 0.21.0~beta1 is now out, improving several aspects of touch gestures in phosh and making scale-to-fit settings apply immediately at runtime. Grab it from gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/p

If an application is not adaptive and hence doesn't fit the phone screen under , 's scale-to-fit could help since some time. With the recent phoc release this can happen at runtime and there's a GUI for that now too:

@Puri_sm

TIL that Mutt is already 25 years years old. AAAND: It's got an awwwwwsome birthday picture: mutt.org/

@linmob I fixed the upload, should show in a couple of hours now. Thanks for pointing it out and get well soon!

@linmob @calebccff alright. and have it in their experimental/octarine suites (so users don't get it by default but can be fetched via apt for evaluation) in case that helps.

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@chrichri @Easydor Umgraben wurde ich mir sparen: piped.kavin.rocks/watch?v=0LH6 - klappt super auch auf hartem Boden oder mit viel Unkraut.

@chrichri no pbuilder involved for l5-fetc-hnext.
That's just a bunch of things `librem5-dev-tools` pulls in to ease development. We can move them to recommends.

The script really just downloads things and installs them via `dpkg -i`. Note that for you also need phoc-next libwlroots10 from octarine.

@debacle the genode: calls will be wrapped in auto generated stubs later on (like the `ge_gtk:init()` but that's on the erlang since and I want to make the node side more complete first.

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