The jokes and memes write themselves, folks.
(There's a technical explanation for this but let's not spoil the fun)
I've reached a bit of a milestone and "a-ha" moment in my #Linux journey.
Looks like VERY similar to the Firefox logo and uses kinda the same color scheme as elementary OS's browser icon.
Microsoft unveils new Edge browser logo that no longer looks like Internet Explorer https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/2/20944341/microsoft-edge-chromium-browser-logo-icon-wave-surf-new?utm_campaign=theverge&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter
Do you have an idea for a Librem 5 app? Here’s a guide to setup your local development environment https://developer.puri.sm/Librem5/Development_Environment/Boards/emulators.html and an app design tutorial to get you started https://puri.sm/posts/librem-5-app-design-tutorial-naming-your-app/ #purism #linuxphone #mobilelinux
This is something I try to make clear constantly in interviews. We want to grow the market, not steal from other distros. We benefit when the whole ecosystem grows https://twitter.com/popey/status/1188442695712366592
Will @email@example.com benefit from some of these improvements? They mostly seem to impact Mutter and not the shell directly, and I seem to remember elementary OS uses Gala, which is based on Mutter, but I might be wrong. https://twitter.com/omgubuntu/status/1187708022946222082
How Ubuntu Devs Helped Make GNOME Shell Faster (And Why The Work Continues) https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/10/ubuntu-improves-gnome-shell-performance
Thanks @gnome for the great work you do for everyone as we all benefit. By taking action on behalf of the opensource ecosystem against patent trolls it helps make the world a better place for all (maybe not the trolls though). Remember because of @purism and GNOME we finally have a great mobile phone UI. Shout out to KDE, UBUNTU touch, Pine64 and others helping linux on mobile become a safe alternative reality for all!
15 years ago today. The first release of Ubuntu 🥳 #Ubuntu15
I find task switching on the #Librem5 (PureOS) really interesting.
The launcher and the switcher are the *same* view.
No apps are running: the grid of installed apps takes up the full view.
With apps are running: the top half becomes a row of the apps you can swipe through.