Maybe I don't really understand what the Foundation does (or what the ED's role is), but this seems like a very odd choice, even by GNOME standards.
Edit to add source on the shamanism: https://web.archive.org/web/20231017185521/https://www.hollytheshamanartist.com/about
RESOLVED: it was caused by the app being flatpak. use Flatseal!
I have a network drive mounted to my computer (PopOS). I have read & write access to everything in the drive and can drag and drop files between two Nautilus windows, but if I try to drag a file from the network drive into an email for example, I get a popup about file permissions. Is it because flatpak apps don't inherit my user permissions?
(apologies in advance if this isn't the right community for this question)
I've been flirting with Linux on and off for about 15 years and I think I'm ready to make the switch mostly full-time. I use a laptop for work and have a Microsoft 365 plan with email and such. I need to replace that with something Linux-friendly and would much prefer something that works with a desktop email client. Easy syncing of email, contacts and calendar to Android is a must.
Proton seems like it might be a good option but the privacy features aren't a huge selling point for me so I'm open to other options!