Grant Stephenson
 37.5042267 -121.9643745 
In anticipation for the librem5 I was thinking about how it is said to support html5 apps and was wondering how hard it would be to make a hubzilla html5 app (probably not much more fancy than a basic webapp right?)

Thoughts?
Andrew Manning
  
That would lower the difficulty of making a Hubzilla mobile app substantially. As it is, the Hubzilla web page is already such an app, but it is limited by how the OS treats the browser. For example, a while back I added notifications to the native Hubzilla chat, which allows the OS to render notifications on behalf of the browser. The problem is that on Android, the OS stops executing JavaScript when the browser is in the background for a few minutes. Apple iOS doesn't let anything in the browser run in the background. This also cripples my Rendezvous location sharing plugin. If the OS would just run the webpage as if it were a native app, then we'd already have a useful thing as-is.
Grant Stephenson
 37.11317766085186 -121.64720002379367 
PurismPurism wrote the following post Sun, 29 Oct 2017 07:08:30 -0700
Shh, "don't" tell anyone. You can still pre-order a #Librem5.

https://puri.sm/shop/librem-5/

Grant Stephenson
 37.275524889591445 -121.83715651316834 
I’m excited to have Tile

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on my keys (via key smart pro)  and may add tile to locate more things in future
 #tile
Andrew Manning
  
This is such a cool concept, but of course privacy issues and concerns blah blah blah, the usual, for example:
We use your Location Information to provide the Services and may use your Location Information to promote the Services or provide you with offers. However, your Location Information is never shared with other users unless you choose to share it through our Services.

What is cool about this concept is that it could be compatible with a FOSS, decentralized software platform. If the software were libre, you would know that your data was private (within some open and accepted model), and yet companies could still profit by manufacturing and selling the hardware. Since the hardware would have to comply with an open specification, they would be forced to compete, increasing the quality and lowering the cost of these hardware trackers.
Grant Stephenson
  
yeah.. that would be ideal.  plus bluetooth itself is not really secure.. at least at 4.0  I have not checked to see if they fixed security issues in 5.0

Grant Stephenson
 37.6818745 -121.7680088 last edited: Thu, 26 May 2016 15:22:19 -0700  
 iOS  iPhone

Grant Stephenson
 37.6818745 -121.7680088 
@Channel One+ I don't think I ever tried this before but I noticed that when connecting to my hubzilla files via webdav and going /cloud/username I can see the files but any uploads give a 403 error.  of course via the web interface in the files app all is fine.
Has it always been this way or did I mess something up?  (I was trying to enable uploading with workflows on ios using transmit )
Grant

Grant Stephenson
 37.2755426 -121.8369907 
I generally like openfire as a IM server, but an area of fail for me seems to be the complications involved when trying to have applications talk to the integrated bosh server..  something like installing jappix and having it talk to the bosh server should not require it to be a plugin for it to adequately communicate. When it is not done this way you and up getting a message "Error >> Service unavailable"  quite a fail .  Just my two cents
 FAIL

Grant Stephenson
 37.2318098 -121.7822166 
test.. does this post from hubzilla channel (https://hub.stephenson.cc/channel/grant) make it to gnusocial?
Grant Stephenson
  
Grant Stephenson is sleepy
Grant Stephenson
  
Grant Stephenson is stupefied

Grant Stephenson
 37.27558826372808 -121.83707373974553 last edited: Fri, 01 Apr 2016 13:08:25 -0700  
22 inch led monitor for 210 bucks total and a raspberry pi running latest OSMC
Open Source Media Center
No tv service required.. stream or watch local network content

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Grant Stephenson
 37.116237779999985 -121.64540534999996 
Test gnusocial from red not Twitter directly
Grant Stephenson
 37.11217347535967 -121.64846358832125 last edited: Fri, 01 Apr 2016 13:15:51 -0700  
Dr Paul Nelson - Colossians - vivification Col. 3:15

http://www.sgbcsv.org/sermons/201504191000.mp3

Recording should be available after 11 am PST

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Grant Stephenson
 37.249673379553336 -121.87399734258395 
Dreaming.. Wishful thinking .. But still sounds cool graphine super capacitor?


Charge Your Cell Phone In 5 Seconds
by Seeker on YouTube

Grant Stephenson
 37.275621799999996 -121.8371172 last edited: Fri, 01 Apr 2016 13:17:24 -0700  
somone scrapped off their bumper, and left it there..
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Grant Stephenson
 37.2289861925293 -121.77964716229754 last edited: Fri, 01 Apr 2016 13:27:10 -0700  
This coffee soda is good.. But you wouldn't think is would be until you have had some.. Image/photo
Grant Stephenson
 37.27559655947249 -121.83709870239866 
Comcast’s gigabit technology is ready for field testing

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Broad DOCSIS 3.1 rollout starts next year; gigabit speed to come at a price.