Welcome to... Snapcraft.io!
fcole90 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 18:07:25 UTC 2016
That's awesome, I really hope it helps to improve the software distribution
on all Linux distros. Now it would be great to have snapcraft as a snap
package too, so that's easy also to package software in other distros as
One note too, the tutorial should not assume the user to be on Ubuntu
16.04, but *just* to have the latest snapd package installed in his/her
favourite distibution ;)
On 14 June 2016 at 19:14, Mark Shuttleworth <mark at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody
> Just a brief note to say (with apologies :) that we have aliased this list
> to snapcraft at lists.snapcraft.io, please do update your address books!
> http://snapcraft.io is the new home for all snappy crafters. We thought
> it would be appropriate to find a neutral space on the interwebs to
> celebrate the fact at snaps should now work, unmodified, on Arch, CentOS,
> Debian, Elementary, Fedora, Gentoo, RHEL, SUSE... and of course the whole
> family of *buntu's.
> snapd packages have landed in those distros or been submitted for
> inclusion, instructions are on the site, and I'm delighted to say that all
> the ISVs that I've talked to who are moving to snaps for IoT or the desktop
> or the cloud, are very excited to have those snaps "Just Work" on all these
> other Linux distros too. We all know that snaps are fantastic, it's
> wonderful to be confident that a great snap can be used and appreciated by
> users regardless of their preference for Linux distro. This is a once in a
> lifetime opportunity to defragment Linux apps, we're proud to be part of it
> and open to sharing the benefits with everyone else who makes Linux
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