After testing the snap for some months, i’m re-requesting auto-connection for the following connections ( Old request )
“network-manager-observe” is needed for detection of network-connected 3D-printers.
“mount-observe” and “removable-media”: Cura has the feature to store gcode-files directly on an external drive after slicing.
When testing the snap, please ignore the segfault when closing the Cura-GUI. The bug comes directly from upstream and cannot be fixed easily. The GUI mixes Qt-threads (C+±Objects) with normal Python-threading and when shutting down the program it cannot close them properly.
+1 from me for
network-manager-observe as this is core functionality for using network connected 3d printers.
removable-media, the guidelines for auto-connect of this take into account media editors / viewers which would include
cura-slicer IMO, however since this is not published by the direct upstream project and is an unofficial build, I am not inclined to vote in favor of
removable-media auto-connect in this case. So -1 from me for
removable-media and hence
Note there are other options in this case though if auto-connect of
removable-media is strongly desired, please refer to the guidelines I linked to above for more details.
“removable-media” and “mount-observe” are a nice to have auto-connect but Cura works perfectly without these interfaces. I will update the description of the snap-package and mention the optional interfaces.
+1 from me for auto-connect of
-1 From me for auto-connect of
mount-observe. If the upstream developers would like to take over this snap, I’d be happy to change my vote to a +1.
0 for, -2 against, 0 abstained for auto-connect of
+2 for, 0 against, 0 abstained for auto-connect of