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
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