Hello 3D printing and CAD folks, I would like some advice:
I want to introduce my 10-year-old son to simple 3D modeling and CAD so he could design objects to send to our 3D printer. I am looking for software that is easy to use, even if functionality is limited, FOSS if possible. I have no CAD skills myself, and opening FreeCAD for the first time was pretty intimidating. I would also prefer something GUI/mouse-based, not declarative (ie not OpenSCAD).
My handwoven tote bag is done! I wasn't sure whether my plan for the tweed background and purple krokbragd pattern stripe would work but I'm really happy how it turned out.
This time I used raw leather strips for the handles which meant an extra hour punching holes in leather. Like my previous tote this is lined and has interfacing so it can stand up on its own. #weaving
@hen testing Henry? :)
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