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Got some speedups in the megapixels app for the

This is with the rear camera running at 1080p, it can also do 5MP but that halves the framerate.

Tux is posing in his big shoe for the @PINE64 camera on . Oh and the selfie cam works too! It's a bit slow and needs more work of course, but from @martijnbraam is a good start. It's in postmarketOS edge in a few hours, and in ~1 day on stable.

#PlasmaBigscreen on your #postmarketOS device, soon this can be a reality! I have a #Pine64 A64LTS outputting it to my TV.

Still some work to do, like getting remote control working, but it's getting there. And yes, this is with #MyCroft integration!

Highly recommended read for all the new CE owners, with lots of new important and helpful sections written recently: πŸ“— πŸ“

The first edition has been arriving into people's hands, including some of our developers!

Have you received yours yet, how has your experience been with it so far? Remember to update your system as the first thing you do!

@martijnbraam's pmOS CE install video starts with factory quality testing/flashing and shows the first run experience at 2:30 with the on-device installer.

Since the final rootfs, the on-device installer rootfs and the factory rootfs all run postmarketOS, this became a beautiful three layer cake of postmarketOS images. 🍰 😁

@Lofenyy @PINE64 from "Estimate dispatch in late August, 2020"

Fresh from the factory: the first backcovers of the postmarketOS Community Edition!

If you've missed the announcement about our collaboration with @PINE64, read all about it here:

Starting from today @kde team have decided to provide you with a weekly updates about things happening in the project! Is the first blog post in this series, and it is quite packed with all the awesome stuff!

Don't miss the Video of @postmarketOS developer @martijnbraam assembling the @PINE64 device. Which have a sneak preview of . or video showing current state of on @purism Librem 5 Development kit!

Thank you!

drebrez got a 5.1.0 kernel (with minor patching) running on the Galaxy Nexus - and he started with nothing but forced reboots and kernel panics, then worked his way up to the display and earphone audio!

It's time to grab your favorite drink and celebrate this tale and a lot more with us in the two years of postmarketOS blog post:

The team, lead by @bshah, have just concluded their first sprint, and the progress they made there is amazing!

It's so good to see the community growing! What used to be more or less a 1.5 men project now has a proper team of volunteers as well as paid contributors, coming from KDE and other mobile FOSS communities, working on everything from hardware support to essential applications.

With that pace, an "end-user-ready" state feels within reach!

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