Great news, everyone!
Tomorrow #ONLYOFFICE will turn 11. To celebrate this special event, today we are launching a contest for all #FOSSTODON users. All you need to do is to boost this toot! The main prize is a free license of ONLYOFFICE Home Server. The winner will be randomly chosen among all the participants. We will sum up the results of the contest on the 8th of July at 12 PM (CET). Stay tuned with us for more news from ONLYOFFICE. Good luck!
phosh 0.12.0 is out 🚀 : https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh/-/releases/v0.12.0
- 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)
So I'm now using #odysee as a blog:
Integrating repository files into website / documentation:
YouTube: bans people for saying covid might have come from a lab
Dr. Fauci: "covid might have come from a lab"
LBRY is hiring:
💼 senior partnership manager
🔒 blockchain and backend engineers
🎨 frontend engineers
🤗 community managers
If you have a hard time calling me in the next days it's because we're reworking the way incoming calls are handled in #phosh / #calls - so you can jump back and forth between locked and unlocked shell (please excuse the video quality). Now we need to fix make it look pretty.
@gnome please add support to Gnome web for installing extensions from extensions.gnome.org. Ever since I switched to firefox flatpak, I am being forced to use Google chrome to install extensions.
All credit for the camera support goes to Dorota, Martin and Angus: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/linux-next/-/issues/44#note_148408 @merge @purism
"me in the morning, right after I turned the switches on"
This may not be the most impressive winter selfie (it's a 8M sensor outputting 0.3M after all), but you got to start somewhere :) #librem5
I did nothing but taking the photo (looped in a script with v4l2-ctl and dcraw; then displayed on screen using Eye of GNOME) - all the credit goes to Dorota and Martin, and the work continues there: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/linux-next/-/issues/43
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