Why FP3 comes with an OS which is not privacy oriented?

Now? This has been around for quite a while now on the Fairphone 2 :wink: .

/e/ (formerly Eelo) first beta is here and it supports FP2!

Are you sure?
I don’t want to argue too much, it’s your topic, but you started it originally about Fairphone not delivering the phone with a privacy oriented OS, and as Fairphone are not officially involved in the development of /e/ and don’t give support with /e/ running on it … would this really be a solution in the original sense of this topic?
I just like me some consistency, call me pedantic :slight_smile: .

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