@Twelve There are two kinds of alternative OS:
1. Android Based
2. Not Android Based
You're much more likely to find the first kind, but the "downside" is that you're still on Android but without Google services. A lot of apps don't work without the Google services installed, but more or less your phone will work like normal.
The second category is becoming more viable lately (Sailfish, postmarketOS, etc) but you need to have very specific hardware for that (usually a Nexus 5/5X).
@pcrock I use Amaroq (because it's FOSS) but apparently Toot is better.
Valve: latest Linux gaming work boosting AMD Vulkan framerates up to 44% (!)
Even in its infancy, this new shader compiler is resulting in a 44% framerate boost on certain AMD graphics cards.
In one particular DX11 game, it's even beating Windows even though the title isn't to be played natively on Linux (but via Proton / Steam Play).
#LinuxGaming #Forbes #AMD #Vulkan #Steam #Valve #LLVM #ACO
@mort file:// is still a trusted context like localhost? That's what I got from reading the Mozilla page.
http://localhost is also trusted and everything still works
@mooshoe What do you mean by scheduling software then? What I'm hearing is:
Person A creates a website with a bunch of possible times
People B-Z go to the website, type in their name, and select a time
which is Calendy
@mooshoe Like a Doodle/Calendy type thing? Or personal use?
@ataraxia937 Tutanota mail is only encrypted to/from other tutanota users though, right?
@codesections Pick whichever is cheapest (even if its a “for the first year” deal), call and threaten to cancel when the deal is about to end. Either they’ll give you the deal again or you find a deal on the other isp (there’s always at least one for new customers).
Repeat every year.
@amolith I found it pretty cool too, just a bit of an information/ui overload at times.
I don't know if I'm reading too much into this or what, but I noticed a pattern:
- Contacting support from my home IP means that I get a good customer service rep, even when the company is known for having bad customer service.
- Contacting support from my phone or on university wifi is a mixed bag.
@fatboy and that’s why I deny everything that every app asks for
Users will be given refunds but the books themselves will no longer be readable. If you made notes on the titles, you'll get $25 credit as a, "we're sorry you'll no longer have access to the notes you took on all those books. Here's $25 and we'll call it even!"
@aadil I did the same thing. If you want linuxy things grab iSH to get a shell on your phone.
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