MNT Pocket Reform is coming!
Here are all the technical details that are nailed down so far: https://mntre.com/media/reform_md/2022-06-20-introducing-mnt-pocket-reform.html
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Ana Dantas returned for industrial design. The snazzy 3D art was done by Philipp Broemme. Illustrations by Anri Hennies.
The #PocketReform is a made-in-Berlin Linux handheld
https://tuxphones.com/mnt-pocketreform-open-hardware-linux-pda-keyboard-arm/ (updated 27/06/2022)
Regolith is an attempt at offering you a minimalist desktop which is for power users yet really easy to start learning.
It is not a nice, impressive desktop. It is a focused, hands on keyboard, desktop.
Warning: This tooth was trying to steal your focus to convince you to try a desktop that would help you to keep focused. ;-)
article about MNT Reform in german newspaper "süddeutsche" https://www.sueddeutsche.de/wirtschaft/laptop-reparatur-mnt-open-hardware-1.5607073
Announcing availability of Regolith Desktop 2.0 Beta 1 for Ubuntu Focal & Jammy + Debian Bullseye! 🎉
Installation details available at http://regolith-desktop.com/
Me, trying to figure out what the binary for GNOME Console is called:
1. console… nope
*goes to source code repository*
Ah… of course, it’s kgx. Why didn’t I think of that earlier?
Decentralisation begins at decentring yourself.
• Corporate vs human futures and topologies
• Big Web vs Small Web (and web3 vs web0)
• Decentralised and decolonial approaches to technology
This morning’s talk at the University of Southampton.
- CNY Over: Production / support return
- #PinePhonePro: more units coming
- #PineNote: "all hardware works" & @kdecommunity Plasma in grayscale
- #PineTime simulator is awesome
Introducing the NodeKit for Codium extension.
New blog post: Everyone Hates Facebook (but this is more than just about Facebook)
@elementary Boosting with the hope that please please please the people who buy these will be able to run an updater to get the next major release of the app and not be stuck with the release that comes with it forever.
It must be as easy for people to upgrade the OS as it is to get started with it.
I know this isn’t trivial but please make it a priority. The security of these devices beyond the next major update/end of current LTS security fixes depends on it.
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