Do you have LibreJS available for that? Otherwise you are encouraging the usage of nonfree software.
I think they are encouraging people to use a device that respects their privacy and is there's to use as they wish. Going completely nonfree Software is still like taking a step back in time. Not going to encourage too many people to care about their digital rights that way.
@billstclair @Phaserune @masterofthetiger we believe in giving you the freedom to choose, not removing or restricting your freedoms. Our products won't ship with non-free or closed code but we wanted to show in this photo that you have a choice to continue using your favorite services in a convenient way - HTML5 apps offer a convenient and sandboxed method of doing this. At the end of the day you choose how you want to use your Librem 5.
People need to be steered away from nonfree software. They can install it if they want, but purposely making it easier is not a good way to go. Purposely making it harder is often the wrong approach, but not making nonfree software easy to install is not bad.
Good for you. You chose to use a Mac, but don't encourage others to use it. Simple as that.
@purism Nice! But is it not preferable to use the Browser instead of an App? As a matter of principle, because the browser can block unwanted connections! 🙂
@purism Webapps should have icons of the same size as native applications. Otherwise it looks ugly. Some editor of these shortcuts will be useful.
PS Thank you for a lot of work on Linux phone.
@nowakowski thank you! Yes we agree, we will improve the size of the icons :)
@purism when i click on the image in the ios newest librem app the app crashes
@goatwildernesscollective thank you I will let the Librem One team know. Is it happening on any other images?
@goatwildernesscollective the team would like to know what your iOS version is to see how it compares with their other reports. Thanks!
@purism it's fixed in the new version of social!
@mibo we will be showcasing a lot more :)
@purism Was this Librem 5 dropped? It looks like the backlight is illuminating his palm (2nd picture).