If you have ever moved over 400 repositories, while maintaining all the CI hooks, build triggers and stuff you know what it is all about. Also, both platforms have different features that we utilize, and so for now you have:
Core Apps moving to Gitlab
Porting and Non-Android hardware on Gitlab
everything else on Github
@david-boddie Yes we finally received at least one device, but with the other activities which we had to start earlier (ongoing from last year already) we made a list of priorities, and Librem5 is in the queue. That said, a working Pinephone image will almost likely work immediately also on the Librem5, so there is not much to do basically. Anyone who has a Librem5 can try to follow the steps of Pinephone and see how far they get.
as far as I can see the fault in that lays with Purism's mismanaging and over promising, and not with any lack of cooperation, effort or desire from the folks in UBports.
I don't see where i said the opposite.
I talk about purism yes, about the fact they sent devkit like 6 month or more late to ubports, and it was made with maintenances parts. I talk about the fact they didn't send a single Librem 5 even if there are some phones in the wild now.
And i talk in a general maner when people just fork projects or make the wheele again from scratch "no i don't like how they do, i'll do better"... I mean we need a strong GNU/linux mobile OS alternative to GAFAM ones, not five or more actors spinning out end users and devs skills. I though we got it with UT since five years i'm using it, but no, not to everyone in the linux community as i see, and i'm quite disapointed with that.
Hey all, a significant milestone has been reached - the PinePhone now supports OTA updates. If you have a BH phone, you can download the image here. You no longer need to reflash to stay up-to-date, just update. The image also features a significant performance improvement.
Maybe one angle how the app being open source could be useful is if a developer wanted to make it work well in anbox, then they would have more leverage to debug or tweak things to make it work in that environment ... just 2cents ... (maybe just 1 and a half cents really, I have never even tried anbox myself LOL)
@marc123454321 Hey just for information. I got same slow browsing behavior with Nautilus in libertine. I can access the server in normal speed with my ubuntu laptop via scp or with windows via samba so I dont know how to fix that. Maybe some day I do not need to access via cli ;-).