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Powers that be mistreat us, mislead us
Thinking eventually we gone bite the hand that feed us
We son 'em and try to keep all other from 'em
Novus ordo seclorum, E pluribus unum
New order of the ages, out of many: one
While the rest of us is conned out of pennies: none

"Anybody who thinks iOS or Android is a superior operation system, has to try #SailfishOS. You will admit, this is 100% a better way to use a mobile device." Noah, Destination #Linux, Episode 137.

peertube.co.uk/videos/watch/92

#Jolla published new installers and repositories of the Sailfish SDK to all users. The SDK 2.4 improves support for connecting devices running the upcoming #SailfishOS release 3.2.1 and later.

SDK release: sailfishos.org/wiki/Applicatio

Release notes: together.jolla.com/question/21

@dialyzer - In #sailfishOS it is possible to keep each dataset separate and still view them together. When planning I really don't want to jump between a bunch of calendar apps.

I want my device to be the link between the channels of data. The OS on my phone makes that possible.

Having access to my own data only through a custom app is a bit risky too. The Tutanota apps are opensource so the same functionality could be added to my device making the encryption safe and simple to use.

Looking at the New York Times notable books of 2019, there seem to be a larger number than usual of short-story collections.

#Books

Community Translations: L10n Strings for #SailfishOS 3.2.1

#Jolla is ready for a translation round for the upcoming 3.2.1 release.
The next community translation round has about 120 strings to be translated depending on the language. Jolla kindly asks the translate community to help by the end of Sunday, 24th November.

Official post on TJC: together.jolla.com/question/21

Okay, I'll have to get pictures some time, but my #sailfishos Smartphone Laptop is complete.

It consists of My Sailfish OS phone, a wired USB Dvorak keyboard, a USB-C USBOTG adapter for the keyboard, a piece of plastic that I shaped just right, and some Velcro strips to hold it all together.

I can't wait to take this on a plane and use Emacs the whole time during a flight.

3GB of RAM, About 140 GB of storage, and it Runs Linux.

You can't argue with me that it's not a laptop at this point.

Jolla releases Sailfish X for the Sony Xperia 10

#Jolla has just announced the availability of #SailfishX for the Sony #Xperia10 and Xperia 10 Plus. The devices are the first ones to come with #SailfishOS user data encryption enabled. For a limited time, current Sailfish X customers can buy the new license for a reduced price.

Read the blog post:
blog.jolla.com/sailfish-x-sony

Even without tuning, there's still a major step change on the new hardware. But should be able to get things snappier still.

Taking reading holiday. No Mastodon until December.

Only read 87/100 books in my reading challenge. I need to pick up the pace.

Toodles until 12/01.

Bye friens

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