In this eleventh episode Ezra and Peter discuss the June Community Update and interview content creator Linux Lounge! They also discuss (your) community feedback and questions!
is releasing a game!
It’s nearly done! It should be released June 22nd if no serious issues arise. Otherwise, shortly after.
The game is, of course, open source. So, you can make fun of my horrifying code.
It’s a mysterious adventure filled with a handful of minigames, a short story and minimal moon logic.
It’s called "Televoid: Out of The Loop" and is a fangame for a show I enjoy: Televoid, an online series staring Ian MacLeod on his YouTube Channel. To show our appreciation of this amazing series, some fans and I got together to make this game.
It’s pretty much consumed my life these past few weeks…
After the released, I might have some fun and see if I can’t port it to the pinephone, for the giggles. otherwise…
I’ve also been back on the video making train!
has written the 50th installment of LinBits, the weekly update on all things Linux Phones in between recording and publication of this episode.
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BTW: There’s a project that tries to recreate the Windows Phone Live Tile experience on the PinePhone: Retiled
Any information on kde/gs connect for pinephone distributions?, see here
Question to the both of you @talkpine. What is a project you want to see on the pinephone that can be realistically done by a beginner programmer who’s looking to get their hands dirty and expand their skillset? Be it practical, cool or just plain fun, throw us some ideas! See here
We crowdsourced this question on Discord, Twitter and (most successfully) Fosstodon, and came up with the following (thanks again!)
More general suggestions were also received
LVGL (a lightweight toolkit that could be used for a fast GUI)
Lup Yuen Lee: LVGL on PinePhone
Also, if this is not enough, you might want to have a look at the Mobian App Wishlist. == Feedback and Questions welcome!
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