@krille Do you think that this could be made to run on Sailfish OS without needing Alien Dalvik? rinigus has sorted out flatpak support for Sailfish OS here: https://github.com/sailfishos-flatpak/main but I would need an armv7hl build of FluffyChat on flathub to try it on my own device. OTOH, aarch64 support on Sailfish seems to be coming for at least some devices: https://www.thecherawchronicle.com/sony-xperia-10-ii-gets-support-for-64-bit-sailfish-x-tablets-and-phones-news/
@joao +1 We get bitten by this at work occasionally. IMHO this is Google/MS mis-using the standards. SPF and DKIM are supposed to be used during the SMTP negotiation, so a legitimate sender will get the rejection via "Return-path:". Also passing one of SPF or DKIM should be enough. Google does this, but seems to use SPF/DKIM post-delivery for spam filtering and domain listing as well, and requires them both to pass. We emit no spam but still get bitten. It feels like Google is bullying us.
@purism Depressing report of someone being charged an extra €100 by DHL on top of taxes to receive their Librem5. I hope that you will take this into account when shipping outside the USA. For example, Parcel Force (which receives parcels in the UK via regular mail) charges £12 for this (i.e. about 15% of DHL's charge)
@drewmoore Thanks, that's really useful! 👏
This is among the reasons I never post pictures of my son. I understand and accept risks to my own identity, but I don't own his online identity--I'm merely a steward of it until he's an adult. I hope at that point I can hand it off to him untarnished and unexploited. #privacy
@purism Thank you soooo much for this update - I was having some (minor) doubts about what was going on, but this puts them all to rest. Keep up the good work, and I'll be patient! 👏 😃
Don't forget to use a few hashtags, pretty please 😉 It makes it easier for people who are eager for news to find you!
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