The url pattern allows you to configure the allowed domains for a web app. See below for code I use for a simple gmail app. The pattern is *.google.com to allow for accounts.google.com to pass enabling login.
The web app creator that pre-dates this new one would just fill the url pattern same as the url, meaning a lot of sites don't fully work without further modifications.
Exec=webapp-container --webappUrlPatterns=https?://*.google.com/* https://mail.google.com/mail/mu/mp/900/#tl/Inbox
On the PinePhone shop page it says: "USB: type C (SlimPort), USB Host, DisplayPort Alternate Mode output"
@3arn0wl In the link given by @libremax, there is a chapter about the new video player.
It's stated there that live streaming won't have been possible without a new video player.
Hence I understand that live streaming won't be possible until the new video player is widely spread and probably even later.
And I agree this would be nice to have live news from UBPorts using a free alternative to youtube
[Edit] AAfter posting I realize answer from @libremax has been made
Looks like it will ship to customers next week:
SoC wise it is fairly similar to a OnePlus3, so I guess a UT port is quite feasible.
Early adopters (summer 2017) begin to receive email with long awaited news from Purism about the shipping of Librem5 "Birch" batch (source reddit / forum Purism) :
"Hello [My Name]!
Good news! Your Librem 5 smartphone you ordered 8/24/2017 is being prepared for shipment to you in the next few weeks!
As we get your phone ready, we need just a couple pieces of information from you. Simply reply to this email (or contact [Purism email] directly) with the following information:
• Confirm your shipping address:
[My Address] Phone: [My Phone Number]
• Let us know if you would like a US or EU cellular modem (Broadmobi BM818, other cellular modem options are not yet available).
• And if you would like a US, UK, or EU power charger.
That's it! Once we have that information, we'll get your phone prepared, packed up, and shipped to you over the next couple of weeks!
Note: This is an early batch that might have hardware problems and has a limited warranty. If you agree to this batch, you are accepting that risk and understand that you will not be able to exchange it for a later batch when they come out. If your phone is dead on arrival, or has other unexpected issues, you can return it within 14 days of receipt. (This helps to avoid a situation where someone exchanges their phone for a new batch, every time one is released.)
This phone is in what we have designated as a "Birch" batch of phones. If you would prefer to delay your shipment to a later batch, for any reason, simply let us know and we can move you to a later shipping batch. If you would like our full standard warranty, let us know and we can move you to the Evergreen batch.
You can find more information on each batch here: https://puri.sm/posts/supplying-the-demand/
• The Purism Team"
LoD was really neat, and I am a little disappointed that it has ended, but at the same time it was not the greatest and it was only a matter of time. I have the 8gb Note 9, and basic tasks it done just fine, but open too many tabs in Firefox or run something a bit less basic and it got pretty slow.
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