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!
youtu.be/V5jP1ym7nhM

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!

linmob.net/linbits-63-weekly-l

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!

pine64.org/2021/09/17/s2e01-pi

#Pinephone #DailyDriver informal survey closed:

framapiaf.org/@boud/1068736985

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!

linmob.net/linbits-60-weekly-l

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

@pine64

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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