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#PinebookPro progress!

Just updated the kernel once again. This one now has USB-C port with video out working.
Tried it with an USB hub and it looks like all the stuff is detected, like audio, HDMI, ethernet and Regular USB data.

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We just updated the kernel and firmware packages for the #PinebookPro in the repo.
So if you are running one of the previous previews, simply update the system after your mirror has synced and reboot. This should now give you working bluetooth and stable wifi.

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Hey, anyone running the default Debian image on your #PinebookPro:

MrFixit has released update v1.5, bringing updates to the kernel, uBoot, Chromium, and Firefox!

Click that update icon in the bottom right corner to get it!

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hey folks! we just released #fennel 0.3.0 which includes a bunch of new stuff to make macros nicer to write, as well as a docstrings system! just in time for the lisp game jam in a few weeks.

fennel-lang.org/v0.3.0/

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#Pixelfed will be soon available with Mastodon apps.
I am really excited with that news, and I will improve the custom layout for Pixelfed with Fedilab.
I will also improve every features related to media for improving your experience.
I will work on a dedicated compose activity. During first months, it will need adjustment but I know you will give your feedback for improving the app.

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Lemmy Release v0.2.0 - Image Uploads, Stickied Posts, Online Users count, View Source button.

dev.lemmy.ml/post/28966

#lemmy #activitypub #reddit #fediverse

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NewPipe is a really great app, we should use it more as an example of why FOSS puts users first and proprietary software doesn't

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Federated GitLab? Yes, please…

I run my own GitLab. You run your own GitLab. Your GitLab sends my GitLab a pull request.

How cool would that be?

If you’d like to see that, take a moment to upvote issue #4013: gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-c

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Remember in the 90s, when teens were more tech savvy than adults, and everyone assumed that the savviest would just keep getting younger? Now it's 2017, and the people who were teens in the 90s are the most tech savvy generation and probably will be until they die.

Kids don't grow up with computers any more, they grow up with iPhones. If it's possible to learn to code on an iPhone, it's despite Apple's best efforts.

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