Ooh! League of Legends, packaged up as a snap. Nice! https://snapcraft.io/leagueoflegends
First steps are always hard. To help you get started, in today's in-depth tutorial, we will learn how to build and publish applications using snapcraft.
Here it is. It's time for a FreeDesktop dark style preference. Here's what that would entail, and why: https://medium.com/p/614f501ae4ca
Love that someone took the time to package up Mosaic for modern Linux.
But the web isn't really usable with it.
To ensure security and freshness, snaps refresh automatically in the background by default. But did you know it's possible to defer those updates, and control when they happen? Check out this guide to find out how! http://bit.ly/2LPExuR
Snapcraft Live has a new home 🏚 We're streaming at 13:00 UTC on Friday May 17th, back with another video 📺 tutorial and Q&A session. Bring your comments and questions for the team! http://bit.ly/2WKklLP
The KDE family grows: Kaidan, the Kirigami-based Jabber chat client joins the Community:
Here's a really nice quick-start guide for setting up ZFS on your #Ubuntu #Linux server. Worth a look if you're interested in moving to a different filesystem. https://blog.linuxserver.io/2019/05/14/getting-started-with-zfs-on-linux/
I wrote up a guide detailing how game developers can self publish their Unity games for #linux in the Snap Store. It's mostly copy&paste with a few extra steps. I'd love to hear back from devs who tried it out and published successfully (or indeed not). https://snapcraft.io/blog/publish-your-unity-games-in-the-snap-store
My Friday evening consisted of watching trashy telly and packaging Natron - the video compositing software - as a snap. It's in the Snap Store edge channel, and needs wider testing. https://snapcraft.io/natron