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Now we went through this step, we will fix the Pleroma issue (lost spaces) and introduce last features for

Thank you for your patience!

will work with push notifications in its next release thanks to the amazing work of more at

We are working on another solution for pushing live notifications. It's an open source work that we should bring in 2.38.x.

With the help of @pixelfed dev, we implemented last missing endpoints for . Thank you @dansup

The beta release should be released in production very soon.

If you use 2FA with , don't hesitate to give it a try and share your feedback.

If you are a user, you can add our custom repository:

Tomorrow is #DeleteWhatsAppDay! 🚮 Despite WhatsApp’s delay of its privacy policy update, many users have decided to take a stand for #privacy and leave the controversial chat service on the original deadline of February 8. ✊

UntrackMe has been updated to version 1.18.0 and is already available in our FDroid repository.

Here's what has been improved:

- Add more patterns to remove utm/tracking parameters

- Fix a display issue when font size and display size are the largest

New blog post: "Products vs Protocols: What Signal got right"

This extended version of @mattj's recent #FOSDEM talk explores the thinking behind Snikket, and what #XMPP and #decentralized protocols can learn from #Signal's success.

@apps More then 6 ;) … thanks to all the community of the users translating @apps 🥰

We are now 6 persons that contribute to projects . We all have different skills, but we are happy that it can help the FOSS community and more.
Keep reporting issues or improvements, we are here for helping, listening and make that softwares even better thanks to your contributions.

Are you still looking for a good #PeerTube android application?
Look no further (or do but it's already great) into #TubeLab
It is availlable both on Google Play Store and #fdroid !

Here is the repo:

It's from the same dev behind FediLab!

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*TubeLab News*

TubeLab updates were disabled in F-Droid because we included a prebuilt library that was used to provide torrent support.
The library we used is opensource, but using prebuilt files are against F-Droid's policies.

The good news is, now we can build that library from its source during TubeLab's build process. So TubeLab should be back in F-Droid soon :)

After 6 months, a new release of is available on
For getting beta releases, don't hesitate to add our custom repository

We are moving our server to a bigger one. You might encounter some down time today for fediplan, translation feature, and the cast service.

Thank you for your feedback on that poll.

We started to prioritize your needs, is for us a priority. Moving the API offers new features. Please, keep testing the beta releases, your feedback are really important.
Friendica will be also reworked for the app.
No software support will be removed with that poll.

In next releases, will no longer support torrent for releases until we solve the build issue.

⚠️ issue on

We use a lib for the torrent support that violates F-Droid inclusion policy. We included jar files directly from github repo without compiling them by ourselves.

We will remove temporary the torrent support on F-Droid, until we can compile that libs on our side.

Thank you to @fdroidorg for warning us. And sorry to Fdroid users.

Impacted versions will be disabled (we fully agree with that decision).

This version has also been submitted in the Google beta channel.

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