All these global scale, enterprise security/scalability type announcements are fine. Personally I'm just tired though, of waiting years for basic things like being able to have all my photos get automatically uploaded by the Android client when I install the app. Or file previews to be auto pre-generated. Or to be able to use emojis without manually editing the database. Yeah, I know... It's all on the road map. I'll check back in another few years again.
Is it useful to tell users to fix all issues that impact them, themselves?
Instead, why not ask an equal contribution, using their strongest skills?
This is what I already do.
I know... it's less simple than saying "Fix it yerself!". It seems like a more efficient use of contributors effort, though. :)
@nextcloud In the linked video, Frank is showing the new text editor - He demos a hamburger menu. Is this released or in development? Around the 37 minute mark.
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