Remember when little Orcsi tellered you about this nifty app, Warpinator, cooked up by the Linux Mint ppl? And then – oh joy! – other distros took it over into their repositories. And then … Warpi became available from the fukn AUR (Arch User Repository) and Orcsi and her hubby became the most happy penguins on the planet … EVAAAAR!!!
Warpi on any phone that’s smarter than you! Will the niftyness never end? Not as long as we have clever Linux devs like Clem Levebfre of the Mint project and various other devs who have an eye and an ear for what the users really want and need.
Warpinator is, in lack of a better word, a local ad-hoc network. You wanna send shit from your machine to your hubby’s or wife’s or just to any other computing device in your group? Warpi’s your man! And now your group includes Android phones (no iPhones) too. 🙂
Orca and hubby use it to share back-up files, funny stories, photos, movies, really everything, between our respective machines. Microsoft and Apple wouldn’t come up with a Warpinator-like app of their own in the next thousand years. We need the genius and power of GNU/Linux!
On YouTube only a brief mention in a German channel was made about the new development in Warpinator.
All the usual Linux freaks are mostly ignoring it. I guess Warpinator is just too useful and – even worse, not challenging enough – to be worthy even looking into it for those celestial beings. 😐