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Thank you for this post and the insightful information.
Firstly, I’d like to apologize for us being a way the last bit from this community on Lemmy.
I’ll be catching up on some posts soon.
Secondary. Would be able to please share the permalink to the peertube video mentioned in your post.
Thank you for posting this @Lunacy@lemmy.ml
Thanks for adding this announcement @Lunacy@lemmy.ml
Thanks for adding this post @Lunacy@lemmy.ml
Requesting is not begging, hence the purpose of c/community_requests
You seem like an angry person replying out of hate. I’m sorry for whatever it is that happened to you to be this way. It doesn’t give you a right to attack, harass and bully people.
Edit: your behavior is very much like an abuser in real life that gets off on verbally insulting people for your own sick and twisted kicks.
The only FUD around here is you @TheAnonymouseJoker@lemmy.ml
From Libera.chat’s guide:
Choosing the correct namespace.
Before creating a new channel on Libera.Chat, please take a moment to read up on our namespaces policy and ensure that your channel is named appropriately from the beginning. This will avoid disruptions in the future.
How to create a new channel.
You must be registered and logged in to services to make channels. You can log in by doing
/msg NickServ IDENTIFY YourNickname YourPassword
Joining the channel.
The next step of creating a channel is to
Pick a channel name without spaces and add the appropriate number of #’s to the beginning, according to our namespaces policy. Eg,
/join #awesomeprojectnameif it is for an official project channel or a community channel about a project, or
/join ##yournickname-chatsfor an informal channel.
Check that it is available.
You can check that a channel is registered or not with
/msg ChanServ info #wanted-channel-name
If it is not registered ChanServ will tell you, otherwise it will show you the public information for the existing channel.
The first person to join an unregistered channel is granted temporary operator status. If the channel is empty and unregistered, you should have operator status now. If not, you will need to talk to the people already in the channel, or if there is nobody there with Libera.Chat staff either in
If the channel is already registered and you are unable to claim it, you will need to choose a different channel name.
Registering the new channel.
Once you’re sure you can register the channel, you need to
/msg ChanServ register #wanted-channel-name
If anyone is interested in power management and detailed explanation, check out https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Peter-Easton/4982f66e93387e02dd2c1d677d71f4f2/raw/4edf9a41ca3a4d053c8ad7bf365f97c923f01c61/battery-management.txt
Hi, I haven’t heard anything specific regarding AOSP’s gallery app that we bundled with GrapheneOS.
We aren’t here anymore, this is not where to get support for our project.
Please check use our official channels for support.
Issue tracker: github.com/GrapheneOS/os-issue-tracker
Live Chat support [matrix] : grapheneos.org/contact#community