Just received a rejection and wanted to know what my next steps should be.
kubefwd is a Kubernetes command-line utility similar to kubectl (classic confinement) and uses the kubectl go libraries libs to interact with the Kubernetes API.
kubefwd port-forwards services running in Kubernetes to a developer’s local workstation. Services with names like http://elasticsearch:9200. This requires kubefwd to setup network interfaces and remove entries from /etc/hosts and therefore is not able to be fully confined. I originally submitted kubefwd with classic confinement and was told to use interfaces such as personal-files.
There are over a thousand homebrew users and some people have released scoop (windows), arch and other packages. I would love to see this in the snap store for Ubuntu based Kubernetes developers. Not sure what my next steps are here, or if kubefwd is not an appropriate utility for snap. Is there a process to become a vetted publisher?