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[pivotCE] News Crumbs 16 November 2014


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So much has been happening lately, it’s hard to tell what’s a crumb, crisis or great news! Here is a selection:

  • 72ka updates his . Check the . A Preware feed update is hopefully due soon.
  • In his day job as a colour grader, developer, has won a award for his work on television pilot, ““. . Congratulations David!
  • In other movie news, last week saw the 100th anniversary of the birth of film star . to this site.
  • Another legend! Jason Robitaille, author of Homebrew gateway program, webOS Quick Install, . Jason plans LuneOS support as he awaits delivery of a Nexus 4. Congratulations are also due to Jason for his recent graduation.
  • There are problems with Photos posted to Facebook from the webOS app. The problem seems to be at the Facebook end and there’s no solution yet. .
  • Forum user, Mazzinia has been scouring the corners of the internet for webOS projects. Here’s some interesting and potentially useful stuff: , , , , , .

With this many crumbs, it’s clear that webOS is very far from being .



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