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. 🍰 😁
Fresh from the factory: the first backcovers of the postmarketOS #PinePhone Community Edition!
If you've missed the announcement about our collaboration with @PINE64, read all about it here: https://postmarketos.org/blog/2020/07/15/pinephone-ce-preorder/
📰 New article: #PinePhone adds postmarketOS CE and higher-spec'd "convergence" variants to their line-up
After the PinePhone "BraveHeart" and the first Community Edition, Pine64 has released a new revision of their popular Linux phone, as announced in their July Update, their "biggest update in months". The new "postmarketOS Edition" variant ("1.2A") doubles on storage as an option, offering 32 vs. 16GB of eMMC and...
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It's that time of the month again -- the July 2020 Update Blog is live!
I have said we have too much news to list for several previous entries, but that's especially true today. This is the biggest update we've had yet.
@sir In my case I would write $ext and $redacted because I'm bad in finding project names 😄
@martijnbraam I just use Terraform to manage my DNS entries
Why Mastodon and the fediverse are “doomed to fail”
-> a small rant about how the profit lens distorts our understanding of success vs. failure:
It is proven!
Android apps can be built using only standard packages from Debian Buster!
"This project helps to document the Android tools in Debian by providing an example build, and can serve as a base template for new projects for those who would like to develop Android apps using only truly Free and Open Source software."
ByteHamster wrote a blog post about supporting newer TLS versions on older Android devices. Read about possible solutions to this for the F-Droid ecosystem here: https://f-droid.org/2020/05/29/android-updates-and-tls-connections.html
#postmarketOS exists 3 years \o/
@carl @bart I think it's been running since January 2019. My /var/lib/postgres folder is 5.4GiB (this also includes some other dbs I have in postgres but just small things that are surely less than 100MB) and the synapse media store is 2.3GiB. I'm not in any particularly big rooms either (like the HQ room)
@bart I wonder if there's a way of exporting the bare minimum from a matrix user (list of joined rooms for exanple^^) so you can reimport that when you wipe the database and everything will behave correctly again.
My own synapse database is growing quite much, not sure what's being saved there... Irc logs (.txt) from a couple of years add up to some hundred MB but my Synapse db is already multiple GBs in disk space
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