Let me start by welcoming the newcomers! If you are a new Pinebook Pro or PinePhone BE owner, make sure to pop by the chat or the forum and say hello to the community. A quick note before we get into it: we have narrowed the width of the blogpost pages, thereby hopefully making […]
In the eighth episode of PineTalk, Ezra and Peter discuss news on the PinePhone keyboard accessory, InfiniTime 1.0, Plasma Mobile progress, Megapixels 1.0 and answer three community questions. They also share their minty-fresh first impressions on Pine-y wrist-wear.
In the seventh episode of PineTalk, the special treat is placed at the end of the episode: An interview with Danct12, creator of a the Arch Linux ARM Spin for PinePhone and PineTab. Before that, Ezra and Peter discuss Feedback, two aspects of the PINE64 April Community Update, and get two answer four (!) PinePhone centric listener questions as the Beta Edition is starting to arrive in peoples hands.
Before we start, I’d like to acknowledge that this community update was written collaboratively, with contributions from 7 developers. I hope that moving forward we maintain this dynamic and more developers, as well as community members, partake in the write-up process. If you’d like to participate in the next update then please make sure to […]
In this sixth episode, Ezra and Peter talk about the next generation ARM architecture, good news around GTK4 and postmarketOS plus more PINE64 community news. They also discuss a community question (more required!) and "Do you want Linux Phones?"
I am pleased to announce that pre-orders for the PinePhone BETA Edition will open on March 24. The PinePhone BETA Edition is powered by KDE Plasma Mobile and Manjaro Linux. To learn more about the BETA Edition please read the March Community Update. PinePhone BETA Edition will be made available in two hardware configurations: $149 […]
Welcome to this month’s community update. We’re now facing one of the most challenging electronics manufacturing circumstances in years, and possibly even in all of electronics history. Despite this, I’ve got some good news to relay this month, including a Quartz64 pilot production-run, SOEdge being available next month and plenty of community news. Last minute […]
In the third episode of PineTalk, Ezra and Peter discuss the PINE64 February Community Update and answer community questions about Sxmo, RISC-V, and ARM Workstations. Remember: This is a community podcast, we need your questions, ideas and input to make this work! Also, please leave feedback on what we should do better!
Welcome to this month’s community update. As many of you know, we have now entered the Chinese New Year (CNY) period, which means that all manufacturing and related business activities have ground to a halt. It is always a mad rush to complete ongoing work prior to CNY, but now that the festive period is […]