Not really other OSes on Librem hardware, but it’s the closest I could think to put this topic.
So I’ve put together a Raspberry Pi with a touchscreen and case for my mother. She likes to have videos playing and to look up recipes on her phone while she’s cooking, so I thought this would be a nice, inexpensive way to give her a bigger screen using a cheap computer that has wifi and bluetooth.
For the touch keyboard, I have installed a program called florence (http site, sourceforge) that does halfway decent, but now it occurs to me that I should be able to install Squeekboard.
Those of you who have used it, how do you feel about it? Is it ready for non-technical folk? Does it look all wonky in landscape mode? How configurable is it (I don’t need lots of config options, just enough to be able to tweak it a bit if I find something is off, layout or positioning, things like that)?
Also, “you could just install it and see for yourself” would be a valid response, but I don’t have access to the Pi at the moment, and won’t 'til Friday evening (it’s Thursday night as I type this).
Any thought/ideas greatly appreciated.