Two things around the corner for less flicker during boot in #phosh and #phoc (https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/phosh/-/merge_requests/890, https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/Phosh/phoc/-/merge_requests/265)
Making a #sip call from the #calls app on the #librem5 (and yes audio worked ;) ). This is still a development version of gnome-calls. And work still needs to be done to make it more user friendly and integrated with other components. But hey it is progress :D
Credits go out to: @devrtz that has been working to add #sip on gnome-calls. Also the account on the phone is an jmp.chat account, shoutout to them as jmp.chat is an awesome service :D
...and you can swipe it away too in case you thing s.th. got stuck:
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.
Calling all Inkscape artists!
You're invited to enter our traditional About Screen Contest for the upcoming Inkscape version 1.1!
Find all information about how to join the drawing contest at
We're looking forward to seeing your art!
An experiment from the last weekend.
This demo is a complete ripoff of, I mean inspired by:
The presets are mostly from the react-spring demo as well, though they are a placeholder.
Partially based on the implementation from https://github.com/robb/RBBAnimation
Shouts out to:
Manuel Genovés (not on Fediverse) - help with the math
@tbernard - design
Librem 5 Update: Shipping Estimates and CPU Supply Chain
"It’s been a busy holiday and New Year’s season at Purism as we continue to ship out Librem 5s to backers each week. We know for those who haven’t received their Librem 5 yet, what they most want to know is when their Librem 5 will arrive."
This was the second of the 3 Librem 5 promo videos I made at home during the lock-down : https://odysee.com/@purism:8/a-phone-that-respects-your-children:6
Portfolio is a new minimal, mobile-first file manager for GNOME by @tchx84.
To all Pepper&Carrot readers, supporters and also to all the Free/Libre and Open Source community, here an illustration I just finished to wish you a wonderful time in this end of year. Happy Holidays!
The 3rd of my Librem 5 recent teasers, that was made in lock-down mode, with what I had at home : https://lbry.tv/@purism:8/gaming-that-respects-you:7