We're excited to announce the official release of GNOME 41! After six months of work from the GNOME community, this release brings many exciting updates!

See the release notes for all the details: help.gnome.org/misc/release-no

#GNOME41 #releaseday #OpenSource

The sixty-fourth edition of my weekly collection of news about (@PINE64 , @purism and such), , is out!


41 Calling, Party with , chapter markers in and more!

PineTalk is coming back! There will be two episodes a month with new hosts, one focused on news, and other on talk! The first news episode is out now! Let us know what you think!


#Pinephone #DailyDriver informal survey closed:


Looks good to me! Among a demographic biased to geeky and pro-free-software people, about a fifth are currently using their pinephone as their daily driver, and another half guess they'll be doing so on a 15-month time scale.

This short time scale should encourage experienced GNU/Linuxers willing to have a go and contribute bug reports and merge requests: this is not vapourware.

Thanks to everyone who answered! :)

@kop316 @manjarolinux What do distributions need to do to support MMS? mmsd-tng >=1.1 and a Chatty build that uses source.puri.sm/Librem5/chatty/ and the UI MRs?

@ademalsasa Thanks! I looked at your teachings. Looks like you cover a great set of topics!

@normandc I'm not a heavy calendar user (~read-only). I use GNOME Calendar, in Week view, with a horizontal phone orientation. It's still only just usable. Version 41 (currently at rc) has migrated more UIs to libhandy. Steadily, things are improving. :)

@kiri Yes, it isn't as popular as the other Linux Mobile distros, but it works well :) nixos.wiki/wiki/PinePhone

The sixty-first edition of my weekly collection of news about (@PINE64 , @purism and such), , is out!


0.13.1, Gear 21.08, 4.2.0, a new RC of for PinePhone and more!


Informal poll for experienced #GNULinux people who have pinephones. Feel free to boost to increase the sample size.

I am using or expect to use my #pinephone as my #DailyDriver mobile phone:


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