Please auto-connect removable-media to the following snaps:
Published by me:
Note: I’m part of Snapcrafters, but these are published on my own account. The source of these snaps is in the snapcrafters GitHub organization.
- PhotoScape is a photo editor and viewer. This app is very mature, has existed for decades on Windows and runs on Linux using Wine. The number of users of the snap has decreased a lot because the snap was not working for a long time, but I recently rebuilt it using much more robust tooling and it’s now at 7,931 weekly active devices and slowly climbing. Viewing and editing photos on removable media is common for artists. https://snapcraft.io/photoscape
- Arduino is a mature and well-known IDE. It opens source code files from removable media. Storing these on removable media is common in lab environments https://snapcraft.io/arduino
- S4A is another IDE which also opens source code files from removable media. It is mature in the sense that it has not been updated since 2016, but the current functionality works well without any issues. Not a well-known app, just less than 1000 installs. This app is specifically targeted to children, to help them learn about robots. https://snapcraft.io/s4a
Published by the upstream developer with me as a maintainer:
- Krita is the full-featured digital art studio. It is common for graphical designers to store images on removable media. Very mature and very well known. https://snapcraft.io/krita
- Foliate is an e-book reader which displays books on removable media. Well known. I wouldn’t call it mature but it has existed for a few years now, works well, and the developer is constantly improving it. https://snapcraft.io/foliate
All applications, apart from PhotoScape, are open source.