Okay. Rewrote it in python. Its called the same way as before. Issues containing "Weblate" in the title are filtered out. Now really only the issues that have been closed since the date given should show up. Changelog since 1st of may can be found here: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/QxMp9QSvbP/. I did only one test run, so please find bugs here: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/692fKNSMsw/ ;-)
@advocatux Indeed, the budget is not comparable. However I like the community approach. Unfortunaltey I've sold my professional video equipment. Othervise I would offer to record sessions at the next event. But I think a half professional recording would also be ok for Youtube. If the speakers offer their slides it would be easy to add an audio overlay. I could help at the next conference.
@ukphil from what I know, each app on UT has to send the metrics to the lock screen. So, the lock screen doesn't collect message counts across devices.
i.e. When you press send on the device, it probably says to update the count somewhere in the Telegram-app code, rather than the data being pulled from the telegram server, which I'm not sure even counts your messages.
@advocatux said in Community infrastructure: Forum and Telegram:
@guru said in Community infrastructure: Forum and Telegram:
+1 for using the (existing) mailing-list as primary channel for technical discussions and support.
Are you talking about the UBports's ones or the old Canonical's Ubuntu-Phone list?
Both would do the job. The old one even better because a lot of UT users are still subscribed there and would may be encouraged to move to the UBports devices.
Can you give a clue as to which phone may support this so i can start looking for it.
I am sure I saw instructions a while back for Anbox on some UBports devices, but it didnt work with nexus 4 which I had then so didnt look further - by support i mean something that sort of works, not finished and amazing 8)
Lets hope whoever was experimenting with swype chimes in and I can have a play 8)