We talked about postmarketOS back in late May, and this weekend the project published a summary of all the work they’ve done over the past 100 days.
What you see here is only the tip of the iceberg. So much work has gone into fixing bugs, and little improvements, that it would be ridiculous to go through the effort and list them all. The community has grown so fast in such a short time and we have people with all kinds of skills on board, ranging from Linux experts to kernel hackers to people who reverse engineer bootloaders (hi @McBitter!). We collaborate with people from other projects as well, such as @pavelmachek, who is close to using his N900 as a daily driver with his own distribution, recently just reached out to us.
So if you read through the whole post, you are probably interested in what we do. Consider contributing to the project, the entry barrier is really low.
pmbootstrapautomates everything for you and we are more than happy to help you through any issues you encounter in the chat. There are also a lot of opportunities to help with development, so there’s plenty to do. And plenty of fun to have.
That’s a lot of work for just 100 days.
Quite like how the project is run, and wish them the best of luck. I think its s a good effort, and hope they get enough traction to see it through…