@puffinux Can't watch the links now, but do you perhaps know if Plasme Mobile is going to run F-Droid?
@fatboy F-Droid is for Android apps only, and Plasma Mobile isn't aiming to run those afaik, so it's unlikely.
@fatboy If you've heard about them running Android apps, however, I guess F-droid would be a natural choice.
@dimitrisk @fatboy Very true, though there may be certain programs / apps that don't have a decent / similar Linux version. For instance, from what I've seen, Linux programs still have a way to go before they adapt to mobile screen sizes enough to be easily usable. I'm hopeful for the the future though — I'm sure these sorts of issues can be remedied.
@dimitrisk you mean to make a single app that can morph its UI depending on screen size and density and touch capability, so it's flexible enough to be used on any device? Because that's what could make Linux go mobile, almost certainly. I guess it's the best approach to the issue of app availability / usability.
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