Which version is closest to daily driver in your opinion. I think more people ask that than anything else.
@Tay0 That's a good one. What would be needed in terms of functionality to be daily driver-ready for you?
* Make and receive calls (wake on call), texts and email
* Take photos/video
* Listen to podcasts
* Calendar with #caldav
* Contacts that can sync with #carddav/#nextcloud (eg. working online accounts)
* 8 hour battery charge with 1+ hour use so I don't need to charge in the day.
@saladhax I am in Germany. MMS is not widely used at all here, and it is still pricy. I don't want to spent a couple Euros to test something I am never going to use in real life. And without that, I can't really comment on it in an informed way. I try to follow the progress, and once it lands in Chatty or something else that's not a hacky script, I am going to cover it.
@gemlog I know there’s just been a new release (accompanied with a nice video), and my last Sxmo video is just a month old (https://devtube.dev-wiki.de/videos/watch/91c96859-0a65-401a-bc11-8aa0645ea676), so really I don’t see the necessity.
@linmob 5.10 kernel on arch and manjaro saves 50% of battery in deep sleep. A video about battery consumption could be informative.
@samsy How to video that? Sorry, but I have a job, and I never got into tracking battery life, so I could just present annecdata.
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