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@gamingonlinux Hey, the developers of the upcoming game "Disjunction" showed interest in porting their game to Linux... Maybe not from day 1, but it's still a possibility. Check their response: https://steamcommunity.com/app/979310/discussions/0/1743358239828085498/
#Inkscape is a free open source vector graphics editor for designers, illustrators etc, and is an open alternative to Adobe Illustrator.
It's available for Windows, Mac and Linux from the official site:
You can follow them on here at:
Editorial: An open letter to Valve on why they should keep on embracing Linux https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/editorial-an-open-letter-to-valve-on-why-they-should-keep-on-embracing-linux.13126 #Editorial #Valve #Steam
I'm actively recruiting volunteer devs for a native Signal / Signal-like client in Gtk, in the hopes that we can bring it to the @Purism Librem 5 phone. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
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Feral Interactive are asking you to send the game port suggestions again https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/feral-interactive-are-asking-you-to-send-the-game-port-suggestions-again.12958 #FeralInteractive
In case you missed it:
The Brave web browser is funded by venture capital and sells advertising space to replace the ads it blocks.
Here's their ad-sales site:
"funded by Founders Fund, Foundation Capital, Propel Venture Partners, Pantera Capital, DCG, Danhua Capital, and Huiyin Blockchain Venture among others."
You might want to consider other options if you still use #Brave.
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A new Linux smartphone is coming!
With an affordable price, too. Pine64 is behind this device running KDE Plasma.
KDE Neon creator Jonathan Riddell revealed this at Open Source Summit and it will be called PinePhone.
You can expect this open source Linux smartphone to cost $100+ for 2GB RAM and 16GB storage.
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