The newest game I've been working on, ODGŁOS, is finally available to play! A cute owl, the history of electronic music, shapeshifting snakes and intergalactic journeys inside the Polish Radio Experimental Studio - all in a stop-motion interactive story :) You'll need a browser, headphones and 30 minutes to spare. Have fun!
This is unmodified desktop Chromium straight from the Debian repositories.
Video decoding is unaccelerated yet, but 1080p videos seem to work well even without it (although power hungry a bit :)).
#phosh 0.3.0 is out: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh/-/tags/v0.3.0
Notifications can be persistent now thanks to zbrown, screen blanking/locking and haptic feedback are improved as is #i18n.
Balance top up of my prepaid sim card using #ppm (https://honk.sigxcpu.org/piki/projects/ppm/) on my laptop. Can happen on the #Librem5 once we have https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mobile-broadband/ModemManager/-/merge_requests/270 downstream.
Several years ago, a colleague told me an old war story about how he was asked to build a database of his colleague's notes from therapy sessions, so that their employers could secretly read them. I asked if he knew it was illegal, and he said yes. I asked if he refused the work, he said no. I asked if he told the authorities, he said no. He seemed to think this was all perfectly fine.
I still think about that conversation a lot.
The MIPI DSI host controller driver made it into linux-next: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/next/linux-next.git/commit/?id=44cfc6233447cb2cf47aeb99457de35826a363f6 - more parts of the #librem5 's display stack are moving into place.
Our Essential List of Free Software for Remote Work https://puri.sm/posts/our-essential-list-of-free-software-for-remote-work/ #remotework #remote #WFH #opensource
Despite of the country being on lockdown, we keep getting guests that ain't afraid of anything - and they sure tweet more than I do. #birds
Wow, that was quick: Thanks to Lucas Stach our #etnaviv runtime power managemt fix already landed in linux-next: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/next/linux-next.git/log/?qt=range&q=ea4ed4a55f7363ad8db1863bd536548fb7e5c6aa..78f2bfa3181cd7ee134274aa17177dd933c69dc1
The fix hits the #librem5 with the next kernel update.
Oh, and that's of course on the 2000mAh battery. The final model is going to have a 3600mAh one :)
That's with the screen, modem, WiFi and USB off. Modem probably wouldn't influence it that much though.