@testman @Linux4Everyone @ubuntu It beats me.... I am also glad that this is happening and I hope this trend continues. What makes me even more happy is that Lenovo, as an OEM, seems to be not only just 'providing Linux' but also actively supporting the FOSS community as a whole. I do hope that more companies follow this example. Until then, I think we in the Linux and FOSS community have our work cut out for us.

@citizenK4te @Tutanota Ich habe Searx schon einmal ausprobiert und es ist nicht gerade 'benutzerfreundlich'. Viele Leute beschweren sich darüber, dass selbst Suchmaschinen wie DuckDuckGo nicht gerade einfach zu bedienen sind. Ich bezweifle, dass sie mit Searx und Metager zufrieden wären. Wenn wir zu sehr versuchen, sie dazu zu drängen, etwas zu benutzen, das ihnen nicht gefällt, ist es viel wahrscheinlicher, dass sie ihre Privatsphäre aufgeben und bei dem bleiben, was sie wissen.

@citizenK4te @Tutanota Ich bin einverstanden. Einige der Empfehlungen machen keinen Sinn. Was Tutanota jedoch zu erreichen versucht, ist, den Benutzern Optionen anzubieten, die es ihnen ermöglichen, mehr Privatsphäre und Sicherheit zu haben, ohne auf viel Komfort verzichten zu müssen. Obwohl der Artikel etwas überarbeitet werden muss, macht Tutanota dies ansonsten ziemlich gut.

@Linux4Everyone You didn't mention Star Lab's other laptop, the Star Lite Mk III, which actually costs less than $400. It has some quite decent specs too.

@thelinuxEXP When I drive, I usually crash everywhere.... So, I can relate. 😂

@thelinuxEXP Thanks! I've been looking for a tutorial on how to use TimeShift.

@Tutanota Hold on a second! Let me go and grab a spoon.... 🥄 🍨 😄

@popey Will you still be on Mastodon? You could also join another instance.

@Linux4Everyone @librefree I hope it doesn't actually move away from this concept of being a distro for developers and other people who need access to the latest 'vanilla' GNOME technologies. Besides, we have plenty of distros with GNOME already.

@ONLYOFFICE I would love to see ONLYOFFICE also available on Linode as an app.

@purism This is awesome...! While I agree with adopting 'an open ecosystem of apps', there are some proprietary apps that I require to do some work. This makes it much more convenient to invest in a Librem 5 soon. I am really looking forward to this getting more streamlined.

Anbox on the Librem 5

puri.sm/posts/anbox-on-the-lib

"Anbox now runs on the Librem 5, getting you access to many additional free software apps that are packaged only for Android."

@JoshStrobl I am on Apple Music but I generally don't care for the recommendations made to me. I prefer having a more 'hands-on' approach to finding content. It somehow feels more satisfying to watch or listen to that way. 🙂

@lunduke That's why you should never trust when someone says it's '0K'. 😁

@lunduke I honestly didn't get this at first. It was only a little later that I realized you meant 'zero' Kelvin and not 'okay'. 😄

Your Phone Is Your Castle

puri.sm/posts/your-phone-is-yo

"If your home is your physical castle, your phone is your digital castle. More than any other computer, your phone has become the most personal of personal computers and holds the most sensitive digital property a person has..."

@Linux4Everyone I do but that's just me trying to be funny. It's bad. I know.... 😄

@omgubuntu GNOME Maps also looks better than ever. I guess I won't get lost now when I buy my next smartphone, which is going to run Linux. (I am mainly looking at the Librem 5. @purism has made some real progress with it.)

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