What a milestone!

Mark Shuttleworth mark at ubuntu.com
Sat Apr 9 10:15:03 UTC 2016

On 09/04/16 00:26, Gustavo Niemeyer wrote:
> This week alone we have landed 115 *branches* into the project, including
> deep and fundamental changes that were coming for a while and that move
> Snappy much closer to what we've wanted it to be for a long time. Revision
> support, a completely redesigned security system based on interfaces, new
> install/remove/update mechanisms that build on a state changing framework
> that can deal with restarts, crashes, and undoing of changes attempted when
> necessary, a polished filesystem layout, the complete obsolescence of the
> old "snappy" command in favor of the new API-based "snap" one, and so much
> more. And this is not just features being added. The whole code is becoming
> significantly cleaner, simpler, safer, and more flexible as we've done
> those changes.

Just to say a big thank you to you all for taking as much care about the
quality and architecture as you have about the feature set.

I think this project is setting a phenomenal standard for pace, design
and architecture, and am very proud of the work. Hope you all feel the
same way!


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