After adding proximity sensor-support to #iio-sensor-proxy (https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/hadess/iio-sensor-proxy/merge_requests/298) and adding runtime-pm support for the chip used in the #librem5 (and it's devkit) (https://firstname.lastname@example.org/) we can now wire it up to #phosh to fade the screen and prevent keyboard input:
Apple canceled the project to encrypt iCloud backups two years ago due to pressure from the FBI because it "would deny them the most effective means for gaining evidence against iPhone-using suspects" #privacy
This is exactly the kind of #privacy problem we are trying to solve with the Librem 5 on multiple fronts, hardware and software.
Librem Tunnel on "App of the day"
It's been so difficult to keep quiet about Librem 5 USA! It's a Librem 5 phone with electronics fabricated in the US like our Librem Key and devkit. As I mention in the post, our goal is to shrink our #supplychain and directly oversee as much of the process as possible. #Librem5USA
@lunduke thank you for the time you spent with us Bryan. All the best for you and your family. Looking forward to more Lunduke Show 😀
@fsf Lists the Librem 5 in its Giving Guide https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/ethical-tech-giving-guide-freedom-is-the-gift-that-keeps-on-giving The Purism Librem 5 cell phone is another exciting addition to the Giving Guide this year: we're giving it a tentative recommendation because the company has publicly committed to doing the right things for prioritizing user freedom and privacy. We also have evaluated and endorsed the operating system that the Librem 5 will run, the fully free PureOS, and the phone is designed for maximum privacy, security, and user freedom.