I generally think those unable to "acclimate" to #Pinephone may be attributed to a duopoly device addiction (apple/android).
Those less linux experienced may have a hard time (admittedly).
But overall, I see the Pinephone not only as a full Linux/coding system in your pocket, but additionally as a stepping stone to better smartphone habits.
Less "checking it constantly" behavior.
Less addictive social media apps.
I'm all for it. Can't wait for the keyboard! 😀
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"Short guide to Linux phone desktops" (#PinePhone)
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Funding Free / open source software: what can I, personally, do differently?
A longer than usual post, but my musings - and interim conclusions - on what I (me, Neil, a FOSS user) will do differently to help make the #FOSS I use more sustainable.
PinePhone: WireGuard, dns-over-https, and other thoughts
tl;dr: in my quest for a smartphone which Linux, and not iOS or Android, I'm getting there slowly.
I've had a lot of successes with the #PinePhone, but I've a way to go.
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