@kelbot I agree with you! I'd love to see a device (running mainline linux and wifi+modem and all) that is 1) much smaller than a regular smartphone
2) long battery life. If the way to do it is to go for e-ink then I'm all for it. I just want a mobile pocket computer with proper internet connectivity.

@fonolog Ik las ergens, geen idee meer waar en ook niet of het waar is, dat dat in de plaatst is van Russisch wat de laatse officiele taal zou zijn? Dan zou het wel apart zijn dat zo'n organisatie die panisch is voor politieke uitdrukkingen en hun spelletje in een repressief land organiseert, toch zo'n politiek statement maakt op een officiรซle bal (geheel terecht uiteraard, al is talen met politiek van landen gelijk stellen ook weer erg glad ijs).

@cnx Thanks! I was indeed hoping for a local solution but my previous experience in emulating arm64 on x86_64 with qemu was indeed extremely slow. Seems I have to rely on a CI service then.

๐Ÿ How is one supposed to make python wheels for macOS (including arm64) without owning a mac? (and certainly not wanting to buy a macOS copy)... surely someone must have solved this problem?

@djoerd Don't forget to be extra vigilant if you have little Bobby Tables in your class!

xkcd.com/327/

@bremner Yes :) Definitely, I prefer my murders behind the safe comfort of a TV screen.

๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช Es ist sonntag, also jetzt wieder Zeit fรผr !

@JustineSmithies I think hyprland has been set up rather nicely combining insights some various other tiling WMs. It implements the dynamic master/slave layout I'm used to from dwm. For me window placement in sway/i3 feels like something I have to think about too much ('manual'). Hyprland also builds on top of wlroots like sway.

@JustineSmithies I don't want to confuse your brain even more.. but I've been giving Hyprland a shot lately (which has a swaymsg equivalent, hyprctl). There's still some bugs and improvements I'd like to see, but I'm used to dynamic tiling (dwm style) and i3/sway feels too manual for me.

@joss, the Journal of Open Source Software, is now in the fediverse. The journal is remarkable for multiple reasons, with one reason being that papers are authored in #Markdown and processed by #pandoc.
joss.theoj.org/

@Basvdb I used to play Eve Online for quite some years, not anymore though.Was fun at the time,

Imagine you could install any software on any device. The devices you own that don't receive updates anymore, or where you found out that the software is full of ads/tracking. You could replace it, maybe with a Linux distro like postmarketOS running mainline. These devices wouldn't need to be electronic waste. We signed @fsfe's #openletter to the EU to make this happen.

You can sign it, too!

fsfe.org/activities/upcyclinga

#Ecodesign #RightToRepair #EWWR #FreeSoftware #LinuxMobile #UpcyclingAndroid

This feels appropriate for the second thing I've ever posted to mastodon.

Absolutely brilliant talk by @debruine on code review.
I was going to share screenshots of the most useful slides, but they all are! So check out Lisa's talk here: debruine.github.io/talks/RIOT-
#CodeReview #Coding #OpenScience

@kelbot I think you need to buy a new one, these are all upside down...

#Sxmo 1.12.0 has just been released! My favorite features:

- better support for oneplus 6, poco f1, pinephone pro, and devices with an unknown profile. This should make porting new devices easier.
- modem scripts recover from failure better and handle more edge cases
- three finger gestures

and a lot of minor bug fixes. Thank you to everyone that contributed and tested this release. We couldn't have done it without you!

https://lists.sr.ht/~mil/sxmo-announce/%3C87y1sbw6jd.fsf%40momi.ca%3E

@OSOM But what you're planning seems just another phone locked into the Android and Google ecosystem; the polar opposite of and . Add onto that your NFT/web3 marketing and my hopes for a true device committed to privacy and choice sinks to zero.(2/2)

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