@Wolf480pl that was a sarcasm, that's why I put it into <quote> 😂 In fact my point is that generally people end up arguing with each other about things that probably don't matter or are not that relevant for everybody
@Wolf480pl it genereally depends :)
But in programming-related solutions one that works early is better than one implemented later, because <quote>human time is more valuable than computer time</quote
And that also is point, which shows that if project maintainer does not care about some things, open source model does not remove the issue.
Of course you can *make* Android more safe for you, but it takes much effort to achieve, sometimes including having software an experience of less quality.
Watched video showing the data collection of an Android by @bryanlunduke , and it feels frightening... iPhones ecosystem that is very closed is way more friendly to guys who use it than “open source” Android.
I think the world is very screwed up nowadays. Yeah, I know that they collect those data for reason, but that is very creepy for me.
@vickylai why? That is so fun to try get things working after you messed everything up 😂
@kungtotte looks pretty 😁 Did you hack the awesome panel yourself, or it is some config you found somewhere at the internet?
@brandon canonical is not responsible for this... It’s pure Gnome solution
@digitalbaboon thanks for advice, that was totally my plan 😁
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