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Driving IT-talk: How /e/OS can make smartphones more ethical - Speaker view
mg
36:43
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mg
58:40
Do we just fire away with questions here?
anon
58:55
Hi. I have a question.From a privacy perspective, how do you see that /e/OS differs from the phone OS version supported on pinephone, which uses a linux distribution, and Purism, which is working to deliver a linux based OS distribution on specific FLOSS hardware (librem5).
mg
01:00:06
How would you say /e/ compares with LineageOS, Graphene, etc.?
Lisbeth, LWL
01:01:58
Which phones do run / e / OS and how is it distributed to face many users?
Lisbeth, LWL
01:02:10
What environment would I as a developer work in, to develop for the /e/OS platform?
mg
01:09:28
Using Lineage leaves me with many apps requiring Google Play, especially Banking and Official (e.g. NemId), even with microG. Would it be the same with /e/, do you know?
Ali
01:13:54
How you share app's data with third parties, for example: If I use Google maps for easing my transport, does / e / OS control what specific informations Google may access or use? or it works the same way as Android. Thanks
mg
01:14:05
I'd love to see something like /e/ succeed! You said people don't know that data is being sent to Google, but I also find that people do not care. Not enough to do something about it, at least. Conversations regarding this, often leaves me feeling a little like I'm the strange one, for being concerned. What are your thoughts on that?
Lisbeth, LWL
01:16:19
apps
Lisbeth, LWL
01:18:49
Thanks :)
anon
01:19:27
There is something called anbox, that allows android apps to run on a linux distro
anon
01:19:51
are there any plans to support this on /e/OS?
anon
01:32:26
awesome!!
mg
01:34:04
Thank you!
Lisbeth, LWL
01:34:07
Thanks for a great webinar :)
Steffen N
01:34:10
Thank you!
anon
01:34:17
great talk, great initiative
anon
01:34:19
manythanks
Esben Møller Rahbek
01:34:27
Thanks a mill.