Thanks, @Tay0!

Yeah it's hard to make a definitive list of names in the podcast if it changes so often. You tried, don't worry about it 😋

@postmarketOS @calebccff @dylanvanassche @martijnbraam

@calebccff ah too late for the poll. I'd have voted for the top one, I like that it's similar to the osk-sdl animation. But the other one isn't bad either.

Got a chance to talk to Miles Alan about his amazing projects:

* (Early days of)
* framebufferphone: new UI
* Mepo: new map app for Sxmo, fbp, Phosh, possibly PlaMo & more
* Why he likes and

@linmob @PINE64 the git repo is really nice, I wanted to do `git grep` the other week across the website to find something, and now it's actually possible 🥳


It is refreshing and motivating to listen to @ollieparanoid reminding us of the "what" and the "why" of being involved with #linux on #mobile. It is easy to get lost in technicalities, bugs, performance issues, lack of applications and miss the point.

#linuxmobile #mobilelinux

Linux Mobile vs. The Social Dilemma

As FOSS on mobile community, let's do our part to fix the many negative effects of social media and its hostile design patterns. We could become the prime example of how to treat users with respect. To not only give them control over their phone, but also over their attention. From design choices in the operating systems and apps to the platforms we choose to communicate about development.

#fosdem is starting soon!

We're excited to have so many great talks coming up in the FOSS on mobile devices devroom \o/
#mobilelinux #mobile #linux

Please join us in thanking Dalton Durst (UniversalSuperBox) for his work on
@ubports Ubuntu Touch, the and for all his contributions to the mobile Linux community.

Best of luck with future endeavors!

Fully agree, @linmob's website is an amazing resource for the whole scene! Thanks for putting them out so consistently and for all the effort you clearly spent on them.

I'm curious what the new name of LinBits will be 👀

The 77th edition of my weekly collection of news about (@PINE64 , , @purism and such), , is out!

The end of the year in Linux Phones, let's have a last LinBits: A new Shell for phones and tablets, v21.12, on the PinePhone Pro, 4.6.0, an app-list replacement prototype and more!

@Venty @talkpine @PINE64 me too, it seems the episode didn't make it to the opus feed. mp3 feed works though, and it's a great episode!

After 6 long months of waiting, v21.12 is live! This release contains 8 more devices, bringing our total number supported in stable releases up to 23! This time also featuring , a way to "escape" to a tty with graphical keyboard when things go bad.

Get it now while it's still hot!

TuxPhones is now on LiberaPay! By supporting us, you help us cover hosting expenses and support new content, while letting us maintain an entirely privacy-respecting experience for our users.

Randomly seeing this classic easter egg on my put a big smile on my face this week 😁 Happy holidays to everyone! 🎅 🎁 ☃️

In E12 of the podcast we mostly discuss what will be in the upcoming v21.12 release. Such as pre-built images for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 in this super cute picture (CC-BY-SA-4.0 by Nikita Travkin, one of the hidden gems you can find while browsing through the wiki).

Topics include:
* Plasma Mobile Gear 21.12
* More GNOME 41, less forks
* TTYescape 0.2
* mobile-config-firefox 3.0.0
* New devices in community
* Mainlining OP6/SHIFT6mq/Fairphones
* pmbootstrap news

@pebkac_show greatly enjoyed listening to previous episodes, and looking forward to a new one since your wrote this post. But most importantly I hope you're alright!

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