@brejoc I saw @kev switched from Android to iOS not too long ago, and might have some advice for you

@sir Well I've apparently lost touch with the internet :P memes are hard

@sir I think your message got cut off there about mail.sr.ht. I've been looking at fastmail but I'm looking at $15 a month for just the bare minimum (3 domains) assuming I heavily rely on aliases. It looks like Zoho offers similar features for only $1 a month, but I'm not sure what their reputation is like among FOSS people

I'd like to find a privacy-respecting email provider that would allow me to set up multiple custom domain email addresses for cheap (as in, multiple domains with multiple accounts on each). Bonus points for solutions built on OSS. I'm mostly planning on using the email addresses as send-only mailboxes for notifications from my websites but I'd also like to have a few accounts with aliases for receiving email there as well. Any suggestions from the fediverse?

@nolan I use a Mac for work and Linux on my personal machine and home server. Can't afford to fiddle with my system when it comes to business but for my own personal computing I don't mind most of the time.

@sir Oh nice, that sounds like an interesting project. You'll have to let me know how it goes :)

@sir Yeah, as long as you have a device connected through the 3.5mm audio jack then Android will automatically route all the audio through it. As for getting the notifications, you'd probably want to take a look at this: developer.android.com/referenc

You could use the listener to keep track of the notifications yourself or call `getActiveNotifications()` every few seconds to check if there's anything there. Note that it requires some special permissions though

Being a tourist with @Paola

Te amo y me encanta viajar contigo mi guapa ๐Ÿ˜˜

@kev @erikstl +1 on this. Even if someone else has already written about what you want to write about, your perspective might offer something new or something that speaks more to a different crowd that might otherwise not have learned that topic. An added benefit of writing a blog of something you're knowledgeable about is that it solidifies your knowledge and pushes you to ensure you truly understand it

Since I don't have a yard to be able to buy a barbeque, I had to find a compromise to keep grilling in the meantime ๐Ÿ–


@Sporiff I tried to start a local LUG but didn't have a whole lot of success with it (only had 1 other guy and myself who consistently showed up with one or two others from time to time.) I went for the informal approach though, no planning or presentations because I was hoping to get people together for more networking and less conferencing. I gave up after a year but I think having some kind of structure would go a long way to making a FOSS group stick

I was super stoked to get an invite to Linux on DeX until I read this, on my Note 8 ๐Ÿ˜’ I'm very seriously considering going back to , where at least buying a $1,000 phone gets you all the latest and greatest features for more than a year

Can anyone recommend a code editor for the Android platform? Prefer something on @fdroidorg if possible.

@mirdaki Nice! Mine's a bit plain at the moment as I came decide what to do for the backdrop :P

@mirdaki welcome to the fediverse! I'm a big fan too. Even have a mythosaur skull tattooed on my shoulder :P

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