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19 Feb 2018
Janko Mršić-Flogel of Planet Computers has announced the release of the first app for Android for the Gemini, called Gemini Keyboard:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?...gemini.keyboard

This app includes a configuration wizard that helps to setup the desired keyboard layout.

Varti
19 Feb 2018
A Google Sheets document has been created by Gemini Planet's owner, everyone is invited to fill it in once they have their Gemini delivered:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VOD...ycx4/edit#gid=0

Varti
19 Feb 2018
Gemini Planet's Mike Halsey has announced that today he will visit the Planet's offices. I'm sure he'll ask plenty of questions to them, and hopefully we'll get some info about things we still don't know about the Gemini (such as device driver support under Linux and keyboard layout changes). I'll report back any news or report regarding this meeting.

Varti
15 Feb 2018
Planet has recently retweeted a post made by Jolla, the company developing the SailfishOS, where they are inviting everyone to their booth at the forthcoming MWC fair in Barcelona, Spain. Could this mean that they'll announce there a port of SailfishOS for the Gemini?

https://twitter.com/planetcom2017

Varti
15 Feb 2018
Hi,

as you probably noticed, the forum was offline for the past ~18 hours. This outage was due to a problem on the hosting side, and it has affected other sites on the same server too. We are still waiting for a statement from our hosting provider explaining the reason for the outage, but at least the forum is back online. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and thanks for your patience.

EDIT: Unfortunately it seems I spoke too soon: some pages still show an error when they are opened, and they are successfully opened only after 3-4 attempts. According to a post by one of the hosting provider's admin, the problem seems to be caused by recent Google Warnings about malware on some of the sites hosted by them, and by the software they are deploying in order to improve the security.

I can assure you that OESF is malware free: we have registered it on the Google Search Console a year ago, and it currently reports that no malware can be found here. I often check the Security status there to verify that no malware has been installed in the meanwhile.

The situation is anyway getting better, and I hope that soon we won't have any more problems. As before, thanks for your patience.

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