Update your to firmware 1.3.0 and get Petal Hero from the app store - it's OUT NOW! Comes with 5 songs bundled, but you can extend it with songs for and other similar rhythm games. Here you can see me playing Jono Bacon's version of the Free Software Song - though I do better when not in front of the camera ๐Ÿ˜‚ @flow3rbadge

WAAAA - my old game where you move the ball using your voice - is now playable in browser for easier casual enjoyment. Check it out โžก๏ธ dos.itch.io/waaaa

For practical reasons, photos that you are processed into JPEGs with lower quality than what the camera can do. There are some (complex) ways in which this processing could be made faster and therefore cram more pixels and algorithms that make things prettier, but meanwhile...

Each photo you take is stored as both raw DNG and processed JPG - so you can go back to raw data and retroactively gain quality. See dosowisko.net/l5/photos/ for an example.


Home is where your phone instantly registers to a cellular network ๐Ÿคช๏ธ

Coming to ๐Ÿš‚๏ธ๐Ÿšƒ๏ธ๐Ÿšƒ๏ธ๐Ÿšƒ๏ธ

After finally attempting to rescue my long broken devkit, I ended up with it booting into this Feb 2020 image. It already somewhat resembles the current thing, but gosh, we sure have made a lot of progress since then! ๐Ÿ˜

Excuse the white balance being all over the place, this was *not* shotonlibrem5 ;)

This month 15 years have passed since I've received my Openmoko Neo FreeRunner, which started my personal adventure with mobile GNU/Linux ๐Ÿ˜Š

I remember wondering back in 2008 whether I should invest myself and my money in Openmoko or Android as both were at their infancy and looking interesting. In hindsight, even though Openmoko does not exist anymore, I'm convinced that I've made the right choice!

Me: Is a photo taken with a phone a representation of what its camera saw or what its software believed to be there? ๐Ÿ˜ผ


Apparently Flappy Bird is 10 years old this year. It reminded me of my crappy ncurses remake I did back in 2014. Now it reacts to mouse input and does haptic feedback when played on a phone ๐Ÿ˜‚ gitlab.com/dosowisko.net/flasc

Experimenting with utilizing assisted GNSS techniques on . Cold fix takes about 3 minutes in perfect conditions, but can easily take *much* longer otherwise - that's how GPS works. However, by downloading satellite data from the Internet instead of the sky it can go down to under a minute; sometimes even just a few seconds. Still a proof-of-concept at this point, but can already tell that catching a fix gets significantly easier this way:)

Croatia through Librem 5's eye - photos taken on automatic settings, with interactive comparison between images straight out of Millipixels and those processed in darktable afterwards.


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