Welcome to our second newsletter. This is a historical moment for the Nyxt project, we are happy to announce the release of Demeter: a feed reader built on top of Nyxt!
The team has been trying to make the project financially self-sustainable. As stated in the article Towards Open Source Sustainability, the main strategy from Atlas Engineer is to keep Nyxt free by all means, but sell applications based on it.
Demeter has been for sale since last Friday. Currently, under a promotional price of USD 10 for a one-year license. Despite no official communication about its launch until now, three sales already happened. And counting! :)
New features since the previous newsletter (09/21/2021)
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- Arbitrary HTML is now allowed in mode formatting;
- We can count Demeter as a super upper new (paid) feature :)
- Towards Open Source Sustainability
- Getting started on Nyxt hacking: Episode 1
- "Why should I use Nyxt if I can use Vimium?"
- Beyond the launch of the Demeter feed reader, Version 2.2.1 was also released.
- Also, a new t-shirt with a joke on text editors was added to the Nyxt
Store. If you are a MS Notepad fan, maybe you should skip it :)
- The team loved this article, it really captures Nyxt's ideals: The web browser as a tool of thought
- The fight against fake news is a hard one and we plan to have Nyxt as an ally. Until features for that are built, we can learn from the attempt of others: YouTube is banning prominent anti-vaccine activists and blocking all anti-vaccine content
- Despite the kind of "Business Insider" title, you can learn something from the author's wise words: 20 Things I’ve Learned in my 20 Years as a Software Engineer
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