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  • name: name of the app
  • category: App category (one or two words)
  • summary: one or two sentences about the app - normally a quote from the project site
  • mobile compatibility: a number between 5 (best) and 0 (worst) to name the mobile compatibility of the app (this is different from MGLApps to be closer to the ratings in Mobian Wiki; category 3 may be redefined, as it includes apps that apparently have not been tested on mobile GNU/Linux or postmarketOS)
    • 5 = perfect - nothing left to be done
    • 4 = almost perfect, works fine with tweaks for scaling, like `scale-to-fit´ on Phosh
    • 3 = some parts of the app are not usable with touch input on small screens
    • 2 = many parts of the app are not usable with touch input on small screens
    • 1 = app is unusable with touch input on small screens – why is this app in the LINMOBapps app list?
    • A = mobile compatibility could be perfect because the app was ported to other mobile platforms (e.g. Android)
  • repository: link to the code repository
  • framework: UI frameworks which are used by the app
  • screenshots: links to sites providing screenshots of the application
  • website: link to the project‘s website
  • license: license of the project
  • appid: AppStream ID in the form {tld}.{vendor}.{product} (e.g. org.kde.itinerary)
  • appstream link: AppStream link for automated install with software like Discover or GNOME Software (experimental)
  • scale-to-fit: AppID to scale the app properly in Phosh (with scale-to-fit AppID on). To find out these IDs, put the following lines somewhere, e.g. into a file called ~/.local/bin/get-app-id.sh: #!/bin/bash WAYLAND_DEBUG=1 $1 |& grep 'xdg_toplevel@[0-9]+.set_app_id' See also this post on linmob.net
  • flatpak: link to the Flathub page (if available) or another location the app could be installed from as flatpak. For help with installing Flatpaks see linmob.net
  • aur: name of the corresponding package build in the Arch User Repository. For help with the AUR see linmob.net
  • postmarketos: name of the corresponding package in the postmarketOS/Alpine repositories (definitely incomplete, contributions welcome!)
  • debian: name of the corresponding debian package (definitely incomplete, contributions welcome!)
  • notice: additional information about develpment stage, mobile compatibility or what else is important to know
  • more information: links to sites providing more information about the app
  • backend: backends which are used by the app
  • service: services the app includes and makes use of
  • description: more detailed text about the app - normally a quote from the project site
  • description source: if 'description' is a quote, this provides the source
  • summary source: if 'summary' is a quote, this provides the source
  • freedesktop (sub)categories: good old ancient freedesktop categories.
  • main languages: main programming languages the project is realized with
  • build system: build system to build the app. More documentation in our Docs.
  • original reporter: person that originally added the app to the list.

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