The sad state of Android security

As of August 2015 Google has started to push monthly security patches for their Nexus phones and they have committed to do this for all their Android devices three years after launch. I am a Nexus user myself since a few months back when I bought a LG Nexus 5X and I really like the… Read More »

GitHub! Let’s support cryptographic signatures

One of the underestimated features of git is the ability to sign each commit and tag using a GPG key and an introduction to how it is done can be read in the git documentation. Unfortunatley I don’t see this feature being used much when looking at various projects at GitHub but I would really… Read More »

Annoying things with Facebook comment system

Today Facebook (hereby abbreviated as just FB) announced their “Reactions” system so people can express more emotions on a FB post then the simplistic “Like”. As always when FB makes changes that people can see and needs to get used to there will be global headlines and everyone will say it’s either the best thing… Read More »

Do use libspotify later this year!

This is a follow up to my Do not use libspotify! post. Directly after I published my libspotify experience on this blog I tweeted to SpotifyPlatform @SpotifyPlatform After doing some development using libspotify I would like to share my experience with you #spotify — Jonas Lundqvist (@jonaslundqvist) May 6, 2015 Honestly didn’t expect any… Read More »

Do not use libspotify!

For quite some time I have felt the urge to do something with libspotify. In my living room I am using the kodi plugin Spotlight to play Spotify music on my stereo from my Raspberry Pi. I wrote a small patch to enable the scrobbling functionality that libspotify has integrated since I, for some… Read More »