Ubuntu Quickly Retired?

Didier Roche didrocks at ubuntu.com
Wed Sep 9 08:31:51 UTC 2015

Le 08/09/2015 20:58, Bryan Quigley a écrit :
> Hi all,
> Ubuntu Quickly's development has stopped (last trunk commit from
> 2012).  It seems that the Ubuntu SDK (and maybe Make) has replaced
> Quickly.   If you happen across the Quickly documentation you might
> assume this is the recommended way to develop apps for Ubuntu.
> Is there any reason to use Quickly over the SDK today?  Should it be
> removed from the archive (15.10+)?
> Kind regards,
> Bryan
> [1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Quickly

Indeed, Quickly development and support has stopped. Ubuntu changed its
technology meanwhile to move to Qt & QML for application development, so
the Ubuntu SDK is where the hot things live nowdays.

Make isn't a 1o1 replacement as its target is different (setting up the
developer environment, targeting Ubuntu or not as a developer platform).

Good idea to remove it from the archive, we should as well edit the wiki

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