Went jogging today for the first time in two months. My run time was horrible. Definitely lost some cardio capacity while hiding from the cold weather :( Luckily, spring is nearly here.
And some thoughts on Sailfish OS. Over the last couple weeks, I've been tinkering with Sailfish OS 3 on my OnePlus X. This is a community supported build, so it lacks the Android compatibility layer, and predictive keyboard.
* The interface is very fast. And the OS boots in a fraction of the time that Android did on the same device.
* The gesture based operation takes a bit to get used to, but now I love it. I find myself using the gestures for "back" and "home" on my Android device. Tap to wake, and the gesture to turn on flashlight from lock screen are tremendously useful.
* Some of the most pleasant stock notification and alarm sounds. I really should look into copying the notification sound to my other phones.
* I was able to find applications that would cover maybe 75% of my phone usage. In particular, the app for reading Reddit is nice.
* Still sorely lacking applications. Unfortunately, I do need access to Facebook Messenger because many people I know refuse to leave it. The old tricks for adding FB Messenger no longer work, and the Pidgin plugin is old and broken.
* Group SMS/MMS doesn't seem to work. I see the message from the originating sender, but my response only goes back to them, not the group.
* I can add a OneDrive account, but don't seem to be able to access any files on it.
* The browser is the weakest point in the OS currently. If you are missing apps, and have no android compatibility, then you need a solid browser. Unfortunately, the one currently shipped is based on older Firefox code and is quite slow.
Waiting for Sailfish updates which will update QT, and the browser. These changes should make the OS even faster and friendlier.
I can totally see how this OS would be useful on a feature phone. On a side note, it seems to work best with smaller screen devices. If you get larger than 5", then the gestures become more difficult to use (in particular, swiping down the side of the screen to close an application).