They were able to upgrade the base to 16.04 circa OTA-6/7, and are still releasing updates to this day, with the latest release being OTA-9.
They even were able to fix the camera viewfinder freezing on the Nexus 5! (My main device)
If you wanted to see what they have been up to for yourself, you can visit https://ubports.com
"Updating 8BitDo Firmware on Linux is a game in itself!"
GNOME Shell to add another long-requested feature? Code suggests so! https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/06/gnome-shell-app-folders-drag-drop
Debian Installer Buster RC 2 release https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2019/06/msg00005.html
"Lenovo ThinkPad P Laptops Can Come Pre-Loaded with #Ubuntu"
My dad died yesterday.
He was 65 and had become a hero to me. A few months back, when we almost lost my wife and newborn son, my dad came and stayed with us. He took care of my kids -- kept them fed and feeling loved -- while I was taking care of things in the hospitals.
He dropped everything for a month... to make sure he was there for me and our kids.
When I needed help more than any other time in my life... he was there. And he was amazing.
I love you, dad.
Now I have a #pine64 gaming PC.
I guess it needs a bit more power to boot...
i've been quiet on here for a little while, busy starting my new consulting business!
i'm offering contract and freelance sales and marketing services, with a special focus on institutional sales (biz, govt, edu)
i've worked with lots of great open source companies over the years (System76, SparkFun, LulzBot, Red Hat, OSHWA, FSF)
i'm busy with projects right now but love connecting and brainstorming ideas! learn more about my business here:
Today we're announcing a new website: What can I do for LibreOffice! This helps newcomers to our project and community get involved – learn more about how and why we made it here: https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2019/06/07/announcing-a-new-website-what-can-i-do-for-libreoffice/
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