Sxmo Alpineconf 2021 Presentation

Published 2021-05-18 on Anjan's Homepage

I recently gave a talk about Sxmo at Alpineconf. Sxmo is a collection of simple and suckless X programs and scripts used together to create a fully functional mobile UI adhering to the Unix philosophy for the Pinephone. I have been co-maintaining and contributing the project for a year now and it was fun to share our progress with the community.

You can watch a presentation of our project here:

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