You know what doesn't seem to work? documenting new features by providing analogies to the old tech they're replacing.
It seems like a good idea at first, but it only has a lifespan of one user-generation. After the new tech is in place and new people join the org, nobody remembers the old stuff and the analogies and similes are meaningless.
It's so good to see the community growing! What used to be more or less a 1.5 men project now has a proper team of volunteers as well as paid contributors, coming from KDE and other mobile FOSS communities, working on everything from hardware support to essential applications.
With that pace, an "end-user-ready" state feels within reach!
2018 was the first year we received requests for user data or to have content taken down, so we're going to start releasing an annual #transparency report with this kind of information.
Read about the requests we received in 2018 and how we responded in our latest @intheopen blog post: https://write.as/intheopen/2018-transparency-report
hahaha not today fbi
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