@hans1977se wifi settings are forgotten, have to set the wifi credentials after every reboot.
Posts made by ratte
RE: UBports Community Update 13 | September 30, 2017
Did you contact the pursim guys (Librem 5)?
What's the status?
Someone claimed that they expect ubports to contact. Was it popey?!
Any thoughts about scopes?
RE: Branding UBports: OS name / Project Logo / Project Name
Let's cut the Ubuntu rope getting a complete different name. We are not a subdivision of Canonical!
How about Ubantu?
Thinking about something with pirates because it's bad ass just like I feel when using Ubuntu Touch.
Unfortunately Black Flag is already taken.
Pirate OS is too obvious, kinda childish. Good name for a raspberri pi operated mobile.
How about Keelhaul? Or Mutiny which is also a geeky reference to the TV Show "Halt and Catch Fire"? Think that was also considered for Yunit afaik.
Peg Leg MOS (MOS == mobile operating system), three "words" with 3 letters - sounds catchy.
RE: OTA 3 suggestions: your wanted features
- bug fixes, improve user experience. For instances N5 loses wifi after every reboot
- working caldav/carddav integration (I could add a calendar but it didn't sync or show calendar entries)
- replace the ubuntu store with openstore
- double tap to sleep/awake would be a very nifty feature
The big scope question
starting this thread as a result of the last q&a session where the community were asked to tell its opinion on scopes.
First of all I'm not a developer, this is just the point of view of a regular john doe.
In general I welcome the scope idea. I didn't like the implementation (speaking past tense because I used Ubuntu Touch as daily driver before it was burried by canonical).
I'd like to see scopes as content collecter and to take direct control of actions like in Sailfish OS.
For instance when I clicked a song (music scope) the music app was opened. Wish the scopes showed the content straight inside the scope being more like an independent entity instead of opening apps. This reduced the scope idea or feeling a little imho.