this is actually a really good nuanced take on social bias, networking and success in tech.
Any other airsonic / subsonic players I could check out?
Good morning! I'm checking out sublime music on #Phosh!
It's surprisingly alright given it clearly hasn't been optimised for mobile, you'll have to turn your phone sideways though 😅
Well who woulda thunk it, just like every growing company with a profit motive, turns out oatly isn't your friend https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57425162.amp
All the space is available for use by both systems. And with a very neat A/B slot control tool for Linux mainline coming soon, completely untethered dual booting will be easier than ever...
this is very very interesting, and makes dual booting super easy without any funkiness, also means you can access your Android pictures, data etc easily from postmarketOS.
It does make / read protected for regular users though, other weirdness may occur.
flash #postmarketOS rootfs to userdata.
Reboot, switch slot, flash boot image, erase dtbo, and boot
turns out there's just no conflicts, Android userdata and postmarketOS rootfs can just coincide on the same partition
Screenshot above taken on a device I flashed the earliest available image on (late May), ran apk upgrade and rebooted. This is starting to feel a whole lot more like home <3
@Fairphone The key insight from the fairphone "experiment" is that you can't have a sustainable phone without sustainable (read: free) software. The best repair options won't help if you can't get firmware updates (as seen dramatically with the FP1). I posted an article back in 2019 on this topic:
Running a tiling WM on your phone sounds like a stupid idea... until you discover #Sxmo. The whole thing is simple but amazing - it takes one or two days to get used to it, but then you know it inside out. Thanks to the built-in extensibility and simple codebase, you can change everything to your liking. This interface and its skilled community have become a great asset in
the wider #linux smartphone ecosystem!
Unfortunately (for me) two of these are going to live somewhere else, stay tuned :D
Good to know http://gov.uk uses the same CDN as Reddit and GitHub, I'm sure that will never come back to bite them
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