@ndpi On Linux you can simulate a low-end CPU:
$ sudo apt install cpulimit
$ ps aux|grep Program
$ cpulimit -l30 -p<Program-PID>
The biggest problem is going to be people asking where's Instagram, IM services etc. If you know someone who is fine with making calls, SMS, browsing the web and maybe taking a note or making a TODO then it more or less exists for non technical people today. If it's supposed to be a full on Android/iOS replacement then it needs more work.
Oh. This is cool. Open-source, E2E optional, messaging using email as the back-end.
I guess this might be relevant to #Telegram users. Or not.
>Security researcher Ahmed Hassan has shown that spoofing the Android’s “People Nearby” feature allows him to pinpoint the physical location of Telegram users
There's even an on device installer with full disk encryption, (thanks to a lot of work by @postmarketOS ), definitely ordering even tho I already have 2 :-)
These guys deserve all the support they can get.
Purism and Linux 5.9 and 5.10
"...this summarizes the progress on mainline support for the Librem 5 phone and its development kit during the 5.9 and 5.10 development cycles."
It's always a little scary when Music Brainz Picard completely fails to identify some (but not all?) the tracks from a widely publicized, well documented, commercially released album.
I have the 6 disc set of the Savory Collection, which appears to be in a different order, and include slightly different tracks, than the more widely available iTunes releases.
The Most Backdoor-looking Bug I've Ever Seen - Cryptography Dispatches: https://buttondown.email/cryptography-dispatches/archive/cryptography-dispatches-the-most-backdoor-looking/
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