Does anyone know if there is a print and scanner app that works with HP Printers on @fdroidorg ? I do not like the data collection HP has in their app... but at the same time I print and scan a lot of things from and to my phone.

@gael I've seen the blogposts about the store interface. I'm curios, how is the store going to handle apps that are on both f-droid and Play Store?

Because most of the apps I use are on both but the Play Store variant has Google Libs and trackers, while the f-droid version doesn't, so I prefer only using the f-droid version. I only get apps from Play Store (yalp) where I don't have a choice. Eg. my banking app and such.

Been using @Tutanota for my professional email a few months now. Definitely the best email service out there! A bit later this month I might do the full switch and buy more aliases so I can move over my personal email as well! Amazing service and I don't even need Google Play to download it since the app exists on @fdroidorg. Still need to move all my old emails over, but heard that that feature is being added to the new desktop client! :)

AtBios boosted

Anyone know of a good Markdown Editor that supports syncing with @nextcloud and has a mobile app? I've currently tried Joplin, however for me sadly the mobile app is mega slow. It is barley useable? If you don't have a recommendations, I would also love to hear about tutorials to write one myself? I haven't done a MarkDown editor before (mostly games). So I could also look into that myself if needed.

@nextcloud I remember seeing something from you guys about being able to add folders in the NextCloud android app that uploads files from it automatically or something in that direction. Can I find info how to do that somewhere? Would love to do that for some folders where I store backups from certain apps! So they always are backed up. :)

I set a goal for myself beginning of this year to go open-source on everything I could! Now in September I have gotten pretty far. Currently some of the apps I'm using are: NextCloud, Wallabag, tt-rss, Tutanota, Standard Notes and e.foundation. I'm incredibly happy with all of these so far! Still some apps I want to replace, a good finance app seems the hardest to find. Currently trying Fireflyiii, hosted through my own domain on NameCheap! Recommendations appreciated.

@gael Okay, no longer need an answer for this! Decided to install it now anyway! Couldn't wait. :D However, what is the different between the WebDav account and the WebDav (Addressbook) account? Because I have my own hosted NextCloud so I rather use that then the e account if that works?

@gael Before I install the current version of Eelo, I saw you are going to update to Lineage 15 in 0.2, is that going to be an OTA update, or will I need to re-install the phone from scratch? Just so I know if I should wait, or already install Eelo today. :D

Hmm... Does anyone know a place where I can find open-source font libs? I just don't want to go to google fonts to find new fonts for my projects.

@tom79 I have a question, would it be possible to combine my accounts into one timeline? Eg, if I have two or even three Mastodon accounts, I just update one timeline and shows me all Toots for all accounts? Rather than me having to Switch between accounts when I want to check latest.

Okay, just moved my portfolio email over to @Tutanota as a first test! If this is as good as it seems I will move over all my emails as soon they import old emails is working.

@nextcloud I remember you guys posting something about someone using Zotero with NextCloud to store all their attachments. However, when I try I keep getting an error that I don't have a proper webdav link for my Nextcloud, could you maybe help me find who it was and how he did it?

Crap... The amount of data Spotify collects is insane... looks like I need an alternative as I just absolutely can't live without music. Anyone know a good alternative with at least less data collection? Apple music? But not sure I can get that running on Linux?

@nextcloud I just tried Passman for the first time, except for the Android app this seems like a really good password manager! If I understand correctly it is even encrypted when I log into my NextCloud instance? I also need to log into my vault in my instance for it to be readable for me! Which means it is double protected. 1. NextCloud password + 2fa and then vault key. That looks pretty good to me! Maybe I will move away from my current one!

I'm currently struggling between picking Runbox or @Tutanota as my main email provider. I need at minimum 30 aliases, and that makes Tutanota a bit more expensive than Runbox per year. I also like having a desktop client since I prefer not having my browser open all the time, however at the same time it feels like Tutanota is more secure... Hmm... Does anyone here have any experience with either?

@Tutanota Is it possible to tie 2 domains to 1 Tutanota account? So I can create aliases with two different endings.

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