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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!
I used that to explore completion via #fzf and a simple word list a bit. Turns out it does quite well for German due to the rather long words, not so well for English. But now I have the problem partitioned between the on screen keyboard side and what is needed on the completion side in my head.
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.
Here's the video https://ftp.fau.de/fosdem/2022/D.mobile/mobile_phosh.webm - the discussion continued in the closing session (https://fosdem.org/2022/schedule/event/mobile_closing_session/) so check out that one as well.
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!
Chatty 0.6.0 is out, and with that, MMS Support on Phosh!
phoc 0.12.0 has been released to handle all your mobile composition needs! #gnomeonmobile #librem5 #phosh #gnome https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/phoc/-/releases/v0.12.0
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.
Got to play (as in only tested, and did none of the work), with a couple merge requests in #phosh to improve VPN support in #phosh
Top bar shows a VPN padlock symbol, and the openvpn connection worked. In this case using Librem One. And Duckduckgo thinks I am in the US.
One note: this was only for adding better support for VPN in #phosh, the VPN settings panels in #GNOME Control Center still need to be made adaptive. But again: “hey it is progress”. Kudos to @agx for this work!
I've just released libadwaita 1.0! https://blogs.gnome.org/alexm/2021/12/31/libadwaita-1-0/
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