Alessandro Castellani—the developer behind the excellent Sequeler and Taxi apps—is building Akira, a native UI/UX design tool for elementary OS. Help him raise the funds necessary to hire on some stellar community developers and get the first release out! https://buff.ly/2FGHLMD
I genuinely don't feel like I'm being unreasonable. But to the best of my knowledge (including a fairly big amount of ducking the internet for it), there isn't anything like this available.
I want to be able to read without needing to buy a physical book. Don't get me wrong, I love paper, but paper is heavy, takes space, and thus is hard to move (as in, move house). But I'd still rather move tons of books than buy a Kindle.
Am I being absolutely unreasonable without realizing it?
Say I want an ebook (e-ink) reader. Say I do not want to buy an Amazon product. Say I would like for such device to actually be *my* device, not phoning home with my data, not showing me ads (I can't believe I have to specify this), and not even mandatorily needing internet connections to be used. Say it would be great if it was somewhat open. Say I would like to buy it from Europe. Say I don't want to spend half a thousand Euros on it (reMarkable, anyone?).
Am I really asking for that much?
Hey @tuxedocomputers, I have another question: how would I go if I wanted to install a different distro on my Tuxedo Book? I know you provide drivers and a tuxedo.sh script to automate things, but that seems to work only for Ubuntu and OpenSUSE and all the packages I found in your repo are .deb. Any hint? :)
(also, I sent you an email, but Mastodon messages seem to work better)
Hey @tuxedocomputers, I have a question! What's in the USB stick that came with the laptop? It looks like a bootable image of sorts judging from the content. Firmware updates?
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