New release of App Icon Preview out on Flathub!
This app is now everything we'd ever hoped for when we first discussed making tooling to support the new icon style over a year ago.
For the coming winter holidays, I'm giving you a quick introduction to enve, a new 2D animation tool for Linux, made by Maurycy Liebner :)
Librem 5 Aspen Batch – Photo and Video Gallery https://puri.sm/posts/librem-5-aspen-batch-photo-and-video-update/ #Purism #Librem5 #Linux
Yes, we know you're excited; Yes, you can see the anodized chassis we got into this Aspen batch; Yes, we are asking you to be patient as we incrementally ship through tens of thousands of Librem 5 phones over the next handful of months; Yes, you will get yours. Yes, you will be impressed. @purism #librem5
"Moving forward, we aim to make simple security the default. Security features are enabled and cannot be disabled; enhancements are applied when you update. Experimental security features are disabled by default, but you can enable them at any time." #libremone #security #ux
Runs on Librem 5, Day 6 - Evince Document Reader, Opening a PDF
As we approach the release of the Librem 5 smartphone (Q3 of 2019), we're going to take a look at 1 application (or game, or feature) running on the Librem 5 Development Kit every single day.
Starting with something fun:
Day 1 - AisleRiot Solitaire
The Librem 5 smartphone team has been hard at work, and we want to update you all on our software progress.
Including: LibHandy, Calls, Encrypted messaging, patches going upstream, Mesa, Documentation, and... Quake II. Seriously.
Did you know that you can check out source code for things Purism works on (such as Librem One applications and bits relating to the upcoming Librem 5 smartphone) right from https://source.puri.sm?
Source code should be Free.
That's just how we roll.
These are hardware kill switches.
Not a webcam cover. Not software disabled Wi-Fi. Kill switch.
Laptops should have these.