For 4 months I've been using "Standard Notes" as my note taking app. Free, open-source, syncs between devices and is encrypted. I *love* it. I chose to pay for the "Extended" version to support development. If you're after a note taking app, take a look. https://standardnotes.org/
Ooh! UK Linux User Groups website has had a long-needed refresh. Good to see the make-over. We last refreshed it about 12 years ago!
Anyone UK based got a 14" Pinebook Pine64 they don't need / aren't using? I'd like to buy one but they only sell the 11" and I don't really want to wait for them to manufacture more. https://www.pine64.org/?page_id=3707
OSI is asking its members and affiliates to elect an unprecedented SIX directors next month - see https://opensource.org/elections for details and https://wiki.opensource.org/bin/Main/OSI+Board+of+Directors/Board+Member+Elections/2019_election for the candidates. It's not too late to join OSI so you can vote, see https://opensource.org/join
I am looking forward to using the train on Friday to work in the office. Then I can test out this optimal hands-free ablution method from Alan Partridge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77IZttD_pU8
The GNOME project has been selected to participate in Google Summer of Code 2019, and we are looking at our community to help us find the best and brightest young minds around! If you know of any such individuals, please direct them to the below link:
Ordered one of these rather neat batteries. It supports dash charging both in and out. Very handy as a @oneplus owner. I <3 Dash charging.
Just pushed the latest get-iplayer snap to the stable channel \o/. So obviously now I need to use it to download my favourite programmes :)
snap install get-iplayer