Author: Santtu Lakkala <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2014 08:40:11 +0000
Last one on the dinghy is a rotten egg
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+# Last one on the dinghy is a rotten egg
+ I finally got myself some Jolla love a couple of months ago, and I must admit, I have so far been positively surprised of how well it works for my use cases.
+ Granted, my use cases are pretty simple, mainly IRC (ssh+irssi), e-mail and web browsing.
+ But as a former user of N900, the migration to a phone without hardware keyboard, I was expecting much more agony with IRC use, but fingerterm is a real life saver.
+ The best thing about the device is that it gives me warm fuzzies due to the hacker spirit clearly present.
+ You get decent GNU userland (insert favourite shellshock quip here), ssh to device can be easily enabled, and terminal comes bundled with the developer mode.
+ All in all I've been fairly satisfied with it, and I guess I'm right in the middle of the relatively narrow target group.
+ The worst problems for me have been with the browser. Most of the time it works a-ok, but sometimes it simply messes up tap coordinates, it can activate links way off from the position where I tapped.
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