Sxmo Libreplanet 2022 Presentation
Published 2022-03-31 on Anjan's Homepage
I recently gave a talk about Sxmo at the Free Software Foundation’s Libreplanet conference. Sxmo is a collection of simple programs and scripts used together to create a fully functional mobile UI adhering to the Unix philosophy for phones that run postmarketOS (a Linux distribution). It’s incredible how far Sxmo has come since our presentation at last year’s Alpineconf. Thanks to everyone who contributed to Sxmo and the FSF for having me!
The presentation covers recent developments and future goals with a Q&A at the end. You can watch the presentation of our project here:
This video was editted using Kdenlive on my Alpine Linux desktop. Lots of thanks to Kdenlive!
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