@kemonine IDK, I don't know that much about keyboard layouts. I do know they took a lot of input from the community and it has an open firmware that is said to be easy to change layouts to whatever you want.
@kelbot the elongated enter key is iso style ; im glad to hear they iterated with the community
hopefully its a strong physical layout they can keep over the longer term
@madcap The arm64 binary on the releases page works. It is also in the alpine/postmarketOS repos which is how I installed it.
@madcap Haha, yeah its not great for a touchscreen and on screen keyboard. Sxmo has gestures for scrolling which help a little bit for scrolling but physical keyboard is def way better.
@kelbot Oh, so you got it fast. I think mine's shipping from China, so not sure how long that will be.
@claudiom It shipped from Taiwan but hopped on a plane and hit the US in a day and then was here a few days later.
@claudiom Did you choose standard shipping? Pine64's standard shipping is super slow and they suggest choosing the upgraded courier shipping if you don't want a long wait.
@claudiom Yeah its just a slow method but it should get there eventually. I paid the extra because I'm impatient.
@kelbot how are you liking it? i'm still waiting for my keyboard to arrive in the mail, i'm excited.
@kelbot Nice!! How do you like the Pinephone? I wonder if I should run a BitlBee bridge server on my Linux machines so I can use Mastodon over IRC with the Treo. Or I could just look for command line Mastodon clients for the PocketCHIP 😉
@guofu I really like it. It really depends on your perspective but it's a pretty neat device for the price with lots of possibilities. There are a few good mastodon CLI/TUI clients. I've used tut extensively on my PocketCHIP and it's great. There is one called toot that is also pretty good. Then there's a really cool one that I have yet to really try called msync, which works in an offline mode and syncs when you want it to and fits on a 1.44MB floppy.
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