I am seriously blown away by how much of the @gnome software works on the smaller, touch-centric screen of the .

The work of the GNOME team, the @purism crew, and so many independent developers that are making this happen... truly impressive.

All of you rule.

It's amazing to me how much software is already available on the Librem 5.

- Some of it optimized for touch screens.
- Some partially optimized.
- Some not yet optimized, but functional.

The power of Free and Open Source software (and Linux) at work. :)

@11112011 @georgia Anyone who puts pineapple on pizza deserves to be flogged until the skin on their back comes off in sheets.

Time to install some more software on my Librem 5.

This is fun. :)

Giving users the power to moderate their own feeds is the key. Centralized moderation will always be flawed--a company can never represent your sensitivities as well as you and your peers (and will likely bow to outside pressure to censor, whether it's China or groups of users).
vice.com/en_us/article/a35yke/

Microsoft, GitHub take firm political stances, vilifies those that disagree.

... should Tech companies / organizations take political stances outside of their core mission?

LBRY: open.lbry.com/@Lunduke:e/micro

YouTube: youtube.com/watch?v=EdZVbKIGcJ

RSS/MP3: lunduke.com/

My personal Librem 5 arrives tomorrow, dudes and dudettes! What's the first piece of software I should install on it?

And, yes, I'll post pictures and video and whatnot. :)

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

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