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Snapcraft 3.0

The release notes for snapcraft 3.0 have been long overdue. For convenience I will reproduce them here too. Presenting snapcraft 3.0 The arrival of snapcraft 3.0 brings fresh air into how snap development takes place! We took the learnings from the main pain points you had when creating snaps in the past several years, and we we introduced those lessons into a brand new release - snapcraft 3.0! Build Environments As the cornerstone for behavioral change, we are introducing the concept of build environments. ...

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Reporting Metrics Back to Ubuntu

A short lived ride After some time on Kubuntu on this new laptop, I just re-discovered that I did not want to live in the Plasma world anymore. While I do value all the work the team behind it does, the user interface is just not for me as it feels rather busy to my liking. In that aforementioned post I wrote about running the Ubuntu Report Tool on this system, it is not part of the Kubuntu install or first boot experience but you can install it by running apt install ubuntu-report followed by running ubuntu-report to actually create the report and if you want, send it too. ...

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Snapcraft Build Environments

Prologue After a week away from my computer I want to organize my thoughts on the progress made towards build VMs by providing this write up since that forum post can be a bit overwhelming if you are casually wanting to keep up to date. The reasons for this feature work to exist, for those not up to speed, is that we want to have a very consistent build environment for which anyone building a project can have an expectable outcome of a working snap (or non working one if it really doesn’t). ...

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UbuConLA 2017 Summit Summary

These are my notes about UbuconLA, a bit of social activities and thoughts on the talks related to the snappy ecosystem. Arriving I left late on thursday for a planned night arrival into Lima, Leo was going to be arriving around 2 hours earlier than me flying in from Costa Rica. Once the plane I was on coming from Cordoba, Argentina landed into Lima I got onto an ad-hoc telegram group we had created and mentioned that I had landed and discovered Leo was still trying to Uber out of there. ...