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Forum: Off Topic Today, 06:46
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Posted By juiceme
Re: It's the final countdown!

As long as you don't use it with a keyboard you'll have to settle wita a touch-oriented OS. How about SFOS with Glacier UI?
Forum: SailfishOS Yesterday, 20:55
Replies: 90
Views: 11,374
Posted By juiceme
Re: Rostelecom investment in Jolla

Indeed, Herbert is one of my favourites. He has honed to perfection the way to present philosophical ideas in entertaining fiction which is evident in pretty much all his writings, not only in Dune...
Forum: SailfishOS 2018-04-18, 06:47
Replies: 90
Views: 11,374
Posted By juiceme
Re: Rostelecom investment in Jolla

The problem with percieving Reality is that it is very much dependent on the sensory input of the perciever; with our natural senses we can get thin slices of reality, often conflicting with each...
Forum: Buy & Sell 2018-04-17, 18:58
Replies: 35
Views: 3,206
Posted By juiceme
Re: [Giveaway] Intex Aqua Fish (ended)

ahhahhaa :)
Yes of course, npm is both curse and blessing!
Forum: Buy & Sell 2018-04-17, 11:11
Replies: 35
Views: 3,206
Posted By juiceme
Re: [Giveaway] Intex Aqua Fish (ended)

Nothing wrong with nodejs, it's fully a server-side technique so you get to pretty much decide what gets rendered on the browser :)
Forum: SailfishOS 2018-04-17, 11:01
Replies: 90
Views: 11,374
Posted By juiceme
Re: Rostelecom investment in Jolla

Freedom of choice does not exist, it is an illusion at best.
Every human being is product of society and bound by convention, subject to limited choices.
Forum: SailfishOS 2018-04-16, 17:18
Replies: 90
Views: 11,374
Posted By juiceme
Re: Rostelecom investment in Jolla

Ya @pichlo & @gerbick that's the truth indeed.

It really makes only marginal difference where one lives; if you happen to be in the top 1% you are extremely well off and if you are in the bottom...
Forum: Competitors 2018-04-13, 13:23
Replies: 317
Views: 70,306
Posted By juiceme
Re: Purism Librem Phone

Like, maybe port SFOS on the development board? :D
Forum: Neo900 2018-04-12, 12:19
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Views: 1,091,585
Posted By juiceme
Forum: Off Topic 2018-04-12, 05:34
Replies: 5,771
Views: 674,160
Posted By juiceme
Re: It's the final countdown!

Ok. My guess is that D'999 has played Battleship.[/QUOTE]

Of course Ive played it. Just donít call it battleship.[/QUOTE]

Indeed, I'd say everyone has played it. If nowhere else, then secretly...
Forum: Buy & Sell 2018-04-11, 12:49
Replies: 7
Views: 1,380
Posted By juiceme
Re: [FOR SALE] Sony Xperia X (with Sailfish X)

That's really true, when I got my XperiaX I was absulutely shocked at how loud the device was!

What I ended up doing was I downloaded my favourite tones from the device and used Audacity to drop...
Forum: General 2018-04-02, 11:50
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Forum: General 2018-04-01, 21:42
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Re: Hackathons ...good or bad? 2 sociologists came to a conclusion and it ain't good.

Mmmmm... Perhaps looking at his sig might be a good start? ;)[/QUOTE]

Yes, but as it happens I don't use BWizz, LINKer or QuickBar, hence I am curious on what of his applications am I using?
Forum: General 2018-04-01, 18:06
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Re: Hackathons ...good or bad? 2 sociologists came to a conclusion and it ain't good.

Of course I will. I pay (or try to pay[1]) for every application I use.
Can you tell me what are your applications?

[1] There are few developers who don't accept my payments or refund me back...
Forum: General 2018-03-31, 09:56
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Re: Hackathons ...good or bad? 2 sociologists came to a conclusion and it ain't good.

Sure, and there are lots of softwae that deserves to be forgotten,

Bur still bear with me a moment; if I understood it correctly You had in mind some software you found useful, so much that you...
Forum: General 2018-03-31, 08:18
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Re: Hackathons ...good or bad? 2 sociologists came to a conclusion and it ain't good.

Well, read back what I wrote and think about it a bit.

Those countless projects you mention, that were abandoned; if the code exists they are not dead, someone could continue if she deemed it...
Forum: General 2018-03-30, 16:18
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Re: Hackathons ...good or bad? 2 sociologists came to a conclusion and it ain't good.

Giving back is an essential part of it, and I do understand how it is very difficult for commercial enterprises to work that way. It takes a lot of work to convince the organization to behave "the...
Forum: General 2018-03-30, 15:06
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Re: Hackathons ...good or bad? 2 sociologists came to a conclusion and it ain't good.

Of course I will. I pay (or try to pay[1]) for every application I use.
Can you tell me what are your applications?


[1] There are few developers who don't accept my payments or refund me back...
Forum: SailfishOS 2018-03-30, 10:06
Replies: 24
Views: 2,843
Posted By juiceme
Re: sailfish-maps rpm from a Jolla 1?

You don't need to copy the packages from a Jolla sbj1 device; it is enough that you have a Jolla account that you have activated with an official Jolla supported device (sbj1, model-c, aquafish,...
Forum: General 2018-03-30, 10:01
Replies: 40
Views: 3,107
Posted By juiceme
Re: Hackathons ...good or bad? 2 sociologists came to a conclusion and it ain't good.

You know... sorta like how FOSS meritocracy was supposed to work. Either it's bad, worse, or can be publicly shown how to do it right.

I feel that it's a better approach than rank skepticism with...
Forum: Nokia N900 2018-03-25, 13:16
Replies: 52
Views: 19,856
Posted By juiceme
Re: Getting batteries for N900 in 2016?

Just googling for "lithium ion battery shelf-life" gives a lot of depressing results; seems that generic internet wizdom gives just about 2 to 3 years of life to a LiIon battery regardless of is it...
Forum: Alternatives 2018-03-23, 19:32
Replies: 1,379
Views: 382,079
Posted By juiceme
Re: Introducing ubiboot N9 (multiboot OS loader)

Released ubiboot-02 (integrated) version, rev. 0.3.9

New features:
N/A
Bug fixes:
Fix login to device in repair mode
General enhancements:
N/A
Work in progress:
N/A
Forum: Alternatives 2018-03-23, 09:32
Replies: 1,379
Views: 382,079
Posted By juiceme
Re: Introducing ubiboot N9 (multiboot OS loader)

OK search me, just how stupid can one be... :)

I realized the reason my modules were incompatible, and now I remembered I actually knew this 4 years ago but had forgotten it. Woot, me growing old...
Forum: Alternatives 2018-03-20, 21:18
Replies: 1,379
Views: 382,079
Posted By juiceme
Re: Introducing ubiboot N9 (multiboot OS loader)

There is something here that I am not seeing now; I build the modules in the same kernel tree as the kernel itself, and install them correctly. Nothing has changed since the last time I built these,...
Forum: Off Topic 2018-03-14, 18:17
Replies: 5,771
Views: 674,160
Posted By juiceme
Re: It's the final countdown!

Nah... just Birthday Paradox
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