Snappy server source code?
max at kristenonline.de
Thu Jun 23 18:34:06 UTC 2016
So, if an independent Distro wanted to supply their users with their own
they could just set up a webserver an fork the Ubuntu-appstore?
Would this even be legal, or could you only put the FreeSoftware Apps in
And how would you make sure they are the correct Binaries, build from the
correct source? In LP you can build "reproducable" Snaps, but if you
an independent appstore, you would have to find all the different
the developers put their source and the corresponding .yaml files to be
your Snaps correctly and veritably build.
Wouldn't it make sense for snaps under an OS Licenses to be obliged by
to upload their .yaml files, so someone could verify they pull from the
right repo, e.g
github? Or maybe upload the whole source code like in Debian, to avoid
The Snap store is a really great distribution tool for proprietary apps
ATM , but OS apps have slightly
other requirements, and not being forced to upload your source code,
could lead potentially
to bad practice or even malware being included in snaps.
PS: sry if you are seeing this twice
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