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It's a pleasure to contribute to projects. You don't even need a SourceHut account to contribute to projects. Just having an email is enough. :)

Party.
Parrot.
Over.
SSH!

ssh -p 2225 ssh.caarlos0.dev

Project of the year 😅

github.com/caarlos0/parttysh

Just got my developer edition Pinephone Pro! Sxmo already was the fastest environment around, let's see how much smoother things get now with this much improved CPU!

1/ Part of the upcoming v21.12 release of @postmarketOS will be a modern mobile-config-firefox. I've just tagged 3.0.0_rc1 and made it available in postmarketOS edge for wider testing.

This is the biggest release so far, highlights:
* FF >= 91 compatibility
* navigation bar moved to bottom (thanks to plata-gl)
* reader view made adaptive (thanks to @blendergeek)
* much less UI glitches, no more tiny font hacks
* u-block origin installed by default

By using , I’m able to login on my running , but
doing the same with fails.

To fix this, I’ve added the file 99_mosh.nft to /etc/nftables.d:

--
#!/usr/sbin/nft -f

table inet filter {
chain input {

# drop mosh from wwan
iifname "wwan*" udp dport 60000-60010 drop comment "drop mosh from wwan"

# allow mosh
udp dport 60000-60010 accept comment "accept mosh"

}
}
--

janwagemakers.be/jekyll/pineph

@ollieparanoid @boilingsteam Thanks to all the main postmarketOs teams ! Someone had to initiate this revolution :D

Release 0.0.41

One not so exciting feature, but a useful one. Tut can now show a help message and you can view it with ? or :help.

Other than that it's only some minor bug fixes.

Check out the release at Github

github.com/RasmusLindroth/tut/

#tui #terminal #cli #tut

November Update Time!

- #PinePhonePro first impressions & more details

- #PinePhone (Pro) production keyboard impressions - available next month for $49.95

- #SOQuartz Blade hostboard

- #InfiniTime 1.7 update for #PineTime

and much more!

Read here: pine64.org/2021/11/15/november

A single Bitcoin transaction consumes more electricity than the average American household does in two months. digiconomist.net/bitcoin-energ

#sxmo is proud to anounce 1.6.0 release featuring sway (wayland) support.

To quote the release notes below:

"Sway will allow Sxmo to support many new use cases. For example, the keyboard touch input is much better on wayland, the android emulator waydroid requires wayland, the megapixels camera app has better performance under wayland due to a gtk4 bug on Xorg, video playback and firefox is smoother."

https://lists.sr.ht/~mil/sxmo-announce/%3C31IGOQIT71NT5.2LYA6VY1SCLPK%40stacyharper.net%3E

"If it's free, you are the product" stopped being true once the rest of the companies saw how much money there was in selling customer data. Now you are the product regardless of whether you pay.

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@linmob I use this linmob.net website. It automatically lists recent mobile linux related news, and updates once a week. I don't even need to add the RSS feeds myself.

Got some problems to get right on my board.

Then I found the example code on the following website, which seems to work just fine 😃

for the ESP32 including day light saving without 3rd party library werner.rothschopf.net/microcon

I just want thank everyone who has donated to Linux.Pizza

Many of you have donated anonymously so I have been unable to reach out to you personally about it.

But thank you, you are helping really helping out!

October update follow-up:

- #SOQuartz is out next week & we're making hostboards for it

- #PinePhone (Pro) keyboard - first units from factory arrive. Costs $49.95

- #PinePhonePro dev unit pre-orders closed

- #PinDio dev progress report

....and more

pine64.org/2021/10/29/october-

For those who did not know, TuxPhones has an RSS feed. It is just not directly linked to the homepage, quite simply because I forgot to add it to the theme.

tuxphones.com/rss/

I thought tut needed a website, so now it has. And it almost looks like tut itself.

tut.anv.nu/

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