In this episode nine Peter and Ezra discuss two conferences that happened recently, the May PINE64 Community Update and some more community news. They also answer four community questions and ask kindly for more!
Ezra is still working on his point and click adventure game and attended the Linux App Summit.
Peter was quite busy with family matters, and only managed to write
Panel discussion: Building International Software Communities by Aniqa Khokhar et al.
Forcing Hardware Vendors to care about Linux since 2015 by Richard Hughes
Adaptive Apps: The Future Is Now by Tobias Bernard
Funding Krita by Halla Rempt
We have links to the video recordings, the Big Blue Button room recordings (which contain the Q&As) and the conference itself in the shownotes.
Siglo 0.8.0 was released shortly before our recording, so some of these pull requests have been merged and released, yay!
Pinebook Pro: production placed on halt due to component shortages; will keep you updated. If you want a Pinebook Pro, now is the time to pick one up.
When are we going to hear/see more about the PineCube?
Sadly no, but Ezra commits to reporting about his successes and failures in the next episode!
Have you guys thought about verified boot camp n pinephone? 🙂
Content to read on the topic: Protecting Linux devices with verified boot, from ROM to Userspace.
If you have experimented with this on the PinePhone, please get in touch!
Do either of you have your own channels that you post on?
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