This seems interesting: The Open Book Project - "The Open Book aims to be a simple device that anyone with a soldering iron can build for themselves."
@buzzert It is German: „[inaudible] sind, wie wir das für richtig halten.“
The part after the comma roughly translates to “how we think it’s right”. Probably makes more sense in the context ;)
Wrote another blog post about the cool DIY thermostat I built a while back. https://buzzert.net/posts/2020-02-10-chipotherm
I wrote about my trip to CES: https://buzzert.net/posts/2020-02-09-ces2020
Obviously, assume you can’t bring anything physical with you when you time travel besides your own body. This means you could arm yourself with knowledge about how to *make* money in the past, I suppose.
Update on the Ubuntu Touch situation: it definitely seems like an abandoned project. Performance is quite bad on the OnePlus One and there's very poor software availability (and the fact that it has such an old set of packages means it's pretty hard to build things from source too).
Definitely looking forward to the Purism Librem 5 instead (I'm a backer!). Gnome apps and mainline kernel would be so amazing!
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