Speaking of articles: Europe's biggest IT and tech magazine @ct_Magazin published 3 pages where @ktn gave Phosh, Gnome Mobile, Plasma Mobile, Sxmo and even i3wm on the N900 a try and interviewed @ollieparanoid for it.
"pmOS offers pure adventure, as in the early days of desktop Linux: command-line, DIY, self-built, customized installation images with partially obscure UIs. What you get in return: sustainability, freedom and unimaginable access to the OS and hardware." (roughly translated quote)
Every YouTube video is either "all of science and the entire history of the world explained (5:41)" or "how player two's controller inputs are processed on level six of this japan-only game boy advance game that was only available free with a particular brand of cereal for two weeks in one store (2:37:21)"
The FOSSY conference was so much fun. It was great meeting the people behind conservancy and all the amazing gains the free software world has made!
Conservative education ministers tackle urgent problem of children feeling too safe at school https://www.thebeaverton.com/2023/08/conservative-education-ministers-tackle-urgent-problem-of-children-feeling-too-safe-at-school/
Emacs 29.1 can be built in the PGTK or "pure GTK" configuration -- which doesn't sound that interesting until you realize that:
1) This means you can run Emacs natively under Wayland
2) Emacs looks much more visually consistent on a modern system than it used to
and, most importantly for me,
3) You can now seamlessly use your system language input methods, so, for instance, I can easily type Japanese in Emacs now.
This is a big step in modernizing #emacs .
got mainline Linux booting on a OnePlus 9 Pro! currently doing @igalia coding experience, and with some help from @cas I (almost) have this running properly. I'm gonna keep providing more updates, this has been really fun so far and I have a clear path for what to do now (which doesn't just involve looking at the bootloader screen...)