Yes, would be nice, though I suspect the problem might be with app-armor or something in the OS that prevents it. But I don't actually know for sure, just hope they fix it. :)
@gnusocialgnu Thought about it, still considering it, thought I atleast start with Ubuntu Touch :)
@kennetmattfolk Nice writeup, I wish more people would share such experience reports!
@kennetmattfolk I'd love running and trying out this, too.
had an Xperia x for sailfish, which unfortunately didn't qualify for Ubuntu touch.
Yeah, Germany is a bit far away, especially with the sea between Germany and Finland. :D
I personally did so, that I bought a used/slightly broken OnePlus One for cheap to experiment on.
@kennetmattfolk Sounds like things worked out pretty well. My experience wasn't terrible but I did have some major gripes with the experience.
@jordan31 What gripes did you have? I'm slowly starting to find the browser a little barebones, if it could handle netflix and HBO, that would be awsome :D
@kennetmattfolk Well the 2 most major gripes would be the alarm app failed on me a couple times and my 2nd, the most useful uses of my phone was making calls and texting. I feel like I could have picked up a $10 flip phone for that purpose. To have bare bones functionality for a device capable of much more seems, bleh. I wish there was much more support for the project, mainly app support.
@jordan31 I usually don't put more that 2-3 alarms at once, if I put more i may fail on me. Though I usually don't need more than 2-3 concurrent alarms anyways.
Yeah, I sort of had my Nextcloud in mind when jumping over. It would be pretty barebones with-out it. So using UT may require a rethink of ones workflow :D
@kennetmattfolk The idea and flow isn't terrible, but, there needs to be more meat (content). Webapps are heavily pushed and I would prefer to see more native.
Sadly I use alarms like they are going out of style. I prob keep around 6-11 at all times lol.
Generalistic and moderated instance.