Thanks for all the good advice!
Agreed, a fair amount of features need to be free, and definitely open source, perhaps following SailfishOS's model.
A lot of emphasis is being put in the Builder App as a differentiator, you know, to make it something that most people don't consider rocket science (some people say that about config. files), or think of as something boring, which is way too many people. At the pace things are going most people are going to be completely dependent on the "AI" they will be given for doing anything, and have no option but to pay up $1,000 or $2,000 (at least) for the privilege of having access to it, or otherwise be marginalized and perhaps serve as a Matrix Battery?
Sorry... that's more than enough ranting
I'm here just to share the recently created YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnNm3t ... yeubE6q1eg
, and official first video. Hope you like!
It's just a teaser, the Easter Egg (which missed the "Easter" deadline), captured on a Pi Zero, performing decently graphics-wise in our opinion. The video has a resolution of 800x480, and what you see was a single take, the only exception is the initial title screen. The resolution is completely arbitrary and for the purpose of keeping the video small, it performs as well in full HD when in desktop mode, so we'll probably use that for the Demo of the Builder App.
So I'll leave it at that for now, it's kinda late now over here so nighty-nite! Sorry for the delay, we just couldn't let ourselves upload a raw video without at least a few nice looking titles, and video editing is absolutely, positively, not our thing. Disclaimer: the video was made entirely using open source software, so it can be branded 100% organic! And totally gluten free! Also, I'm chatty so that means slightly sleep deprived, and I need to stop now.
BTW, are you the @fanoush from the N900 forums? If I'm not mistaken I used to read your forum posts back on the glory days of the N900, and I believe @hippy was there too, is that right? Oh, I'm telling you, if there was a modern version of the N900, I might have not started this... although I guess the Raspberries are the successors in a way.