I love my Nexus 4 phone. It’s the first smartphone I really felt comfortable with, especially as you get the latest build direct from Google. Now there’s the rumoured specs of the Nexus 6, and we’ll see soon enough, but if those rumours are true I’ll probably be getting a Nexus 5.

You see the one thing I don’t want is a huge phone. I’ve held & tried a couple of the Samsung monsters and it’s not for me. The iPhone 6+ just seems like a “we can do that too” play. I have a tablet so I don’t need another, slightly smaller one, to carry around with me.

I’m not really bothered who builds it, and don’t get me wrong, I’d love a phone with a 13-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization and better battery life, but not for the sake of screen size.

So if the Nexus 6 does end up coming in just a large version, my next phone may well be the Nexus 5.

Hmm. I guess I’m on the fence @kyle_wm. While I agree that it’s not a primary goal of #indieweb, #POSSE can’t be viewed as legacy support that will go away. I see it as a vital way to stay in touch with the rest of the web (as long as those silos allow it). I feel self-hosting will remain, for the most part, unobtainable to the masses.

Just me trying to reply to this, on my blog, uses too many hoops at the moment.