OpenStore
open-store.io
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OpenStore - The open source app store for Ubuntu Touch

Just a quick release based on my previous Hubzilla webapp. No real difference from using Lemmy in the browser except that you have a instance search interface (API from the-federation.info) and the ability to share urls & text from other places via the the content-hub.

EGG
31M

yes ubuntu phone becoming better & better yee

Dessalines
admin
61M

Whoa, nice job!

poVoq
creator
61M

Well the real work was done by others, and what I did was mainly some bug fixing and previous stuff for Hubzilla… but since it took only 30 minutes or so to adapt it for Lemmy I thought why not ;)

soronixa
21M

makes me think, how long does it take for a non-programmer to be able to make a javascript free front end for Lemmy? do I need to learn only html?

I’m kinda inspired by http://motherfuckingwebsite.com/ and wanna do something before the motivation goes away xD

poVoq
creator
41M

There was such a project: https://github.com/IronOxidizer/lemmy-lite

Not sure what happend exactly, but I remember there was the plan to integrate that in Lemmy directly?

But IMHO this obsession with nojs is nonsense. A simple allow-list for trusted JS sources is perfectly fine.

soronixa
21M

I know about lemmy lite, but dessalines said the project was discontinued, and apparantly never had support for posting comments.

But IMHO this obsession with nojs is nonsense. A simple allow-list for trusted JS sources is perfectly fine.

lol, I just want Lemmy to be Tor-friendly. it would also be cool if those who wanted could use Lemmy without js.

and how dare you insult the holy http://motherfuckingwebsite.com/ , it’s pure art >:3

/s

poVoq
creator
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Maybe try /c/gemini then ;)

(Gemini or Gopher support for Lemmy would be actually cool).

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