We also have a more experimental "nightly" version that gets updated after each feature or bugfix we finish. It may contain untested code and quite a few bugs, use it at your own risk. It is a different app so it can be installed alongside stable #Tusky. Nightly is on Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.keylesspalace.tusky.test and there is a custom F-Droid for it https://releases.nailyk.fr/repo/
If you want to help testing #Tusky, there are two options for you:
Prior to every major release, we make a beta version available for a few days. It contains all changes for the release and should already be quite stable. You can sign up for beta versions on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.keylesspalace.tusky
So if we add a "always expand all content warnings" option to #Tusky, should it be a general option (applies to all accounts) or an account setting (can be customized for each account you are logged in with)?
We published a statement on our stance on neutrality of free software (and why we won't stay neutral in this case): https://f-droid.org/en/2019/07/16/statement.html
Friendos and cool people.
We still have a barrage of negative reviews (known as review bombing), if you want to help us report their reviews as unhelpful, etc. feel free to head on over to #Tusky's play store page!
If you like what we do, and wanna support the work, you can donate over on #OpenCollective
Richard Stallman thinks @Tusky is free software. https://forum.f-droid.org/t/tusky-is-nonfree/6448/50 #Tusky
#Tusky 8.0 was one of the most stable releases ever according to crash stats. Lets see if we can top that in 8.1
Because that is the core of Software Freedom/Liberty: the right for a Person to take a software that expresses a [political] view they disagree with, obtain a copy of that software with equal capability as the distributor, modify that [political] view to be more amenable, and then redistribute it without any additional licensing burdens.
It's never about what specific views or capabilities are in the software itself. Heck, you could fork and purposefully add bugs and it is still no less Freedom respecting.
I find it incredibly surprising that many #FOSS or #FLOSS folk take the 0th pillar's "freedom of use" to mistakenly mean "freedom of usage by creating a software feature" instead of the true intended meaning: "freedom of usage under the license conditions".
Because that's what RMS has always been about: the software licenses being symmetrical in power between the distributor of software and receiver of software. It creates a level playing field in terms of what "politics" are contained in the software.
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