Librem 5 @purism
Promise Delivery Chart
Libadwaita 1.0.0-alpha.2 is out!
It comes with a brand new flat and stylesheet whose accent color is settable by the app devs! 🌈
See our alpha.1→alpha.2 guide: https://gnome.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/libadwaita/doc/main/migrating-between-development-versions.html
Or start porting from GTK 3 and libhandy: https://gnome.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/libadwaita/doc/main/migrating-libhandy-1-4-to-libadwaita.html
We are upstreaming our software development for the wider community. Calls will become a part of the @gnome project. Having a dialer application available shows that mobile is an important use case for GNOME. Read more: https://puri.sm/posts/how-calls-became-a-part-of-gnome/
Buidl Crypto just published an long-form interview with me where I touch on just about every aspect of @purism. It's a great conversation, check it out here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/290Apvlx688VWT4vPqBl6n
Here's a nice browser game in which you must opt out of all website tracking, newsletter subscriptions and cookies: https://termsandconditions.game
I didn't expect it to be that hard: I've got only 21 successful rejects out of 28 popups. 😅 At least, I was faster than 64% of all players. 😂
The problem with Free Software is capitalism - https://occasionallycogent.com/problem_with_foss/index.html
Librem 5 (left) vs Canon SX740 HS (right)
Both photos are taken at around 3MP (quarter the resolution L5 actually supports, but for now only from the command line, while I took it using Megapixels). Manually adjusted the raw image from L5 to have similar color balance as Canon's photo.
Today seems like a great day to reshare this video...
The Future of Heat Pumps is Underground (and other places, too!) - Technology Connections: https://yewtu.be/watch?v=7zrx-b2sLUs (YouTube via Invidious)
You might think it's a weird connection I'm drawing until you watch all the way to the end...
A blogpost about Fractal and it's future is out :https://blogs.gnome.org/jsparber/2021/04/23/getting-fractal-up-to-speed/
Wollte hier endlich mal eine Geschichte raushauen, die ich unter Mitwirkung des SWR recherchiert habe, die aber am Ende nie veröffentlicht wurde.
Es geht um "Deutschlands führenden Vokabeltrainer", Phase6, den über eine Million Personen nutzen, darunter viele Kinder.
Vermutlich über eine Agentur hatte man für Retargeting Pubmatic und Mathtag in die Website eingebunden, die dann die Cookies der Kinder zur Versteigerung von Anzeigen mit 20-30 anderen Anbieter austauschten (Cookie-Matching).