The Brique Camp 2018 will happen from August 24th to August 31st a week when contributors from the #YunoHost and The #InternetCube projects meet and work together.
Go, #Fediverse! Go!
>year is 2020
> you run on a raspberry pi in your living-room pleroma 4.8.1 you installed with @yunohost , no command line knowledge needed.
>pleroma is swiss knife of the fediverse, 9 different FE, still running on a Rpi.
>You shitpost using PleromaFE
>You write using PlumeFE
>You vlog using PtubeFE and community driven node helping you with bandwidth.
>You share short video/pics using PFedFE.
>You listen to music using FunkwhaleFE.
>You use ONE account.Keeping your subscribers.
We will have our next contributor meeting tomorrow, July 3rd starting at 20:30~21h UTC+2 on Mumble !
Feel free to join us ! You are welcome even if you’re not currently contributing and/or just want to discover and see how things works in the project ✌️.
Today we are looking for people who can (re)test install on ARM64 as we successfully compiled the last missing piece for ARM64 support 😁 !
Basically you should be able to start from an Armbian / Debian-like install and run the install script as described in https://yunohost.org/#/install_manually 😉
Your feedback would help us to validate that everything is running as expected 💙 !
We are desperately looking for persons who have expertize in LDAP for a few ~noobish questions :.
We have a few ideas which might greatly improve UX in YunoHost if only we knew how to implement it 😅.
Feel free to contact us on #yunohost-dev @ freenode (ping Bram / Aleks) 😜
if someone with c/arm64 experience or similar wants to help #YunoHot: our only missing bit to make it run on arm64 is to make rspamd compatible with it and apparently there is not that much things left to do https://github.com/vstakhov/rspamd/issues/2202 (I think, that's totally out of my field)
That would be really cool because that's a request we often get :x (being able to run on arm64)
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