Snap wishlist - suggestions wanted!


#252

Audio Recorder would be a great one to snap and provide the yaml to upstream. It’s an awesome app I use every week.


#253

That is interesting, however, the problem is that the pulseaudio interface which provides audio access doesn’t support audio recording according to the documentation. It works nevertheless though…


#255

Because no one is onto it?


#256


:slight_smile:


#257

FPS (First Person Shooter) is the most popular game genre, please consider adding more games:


#258

'nother good new zealand yaml would be scuttlebutt.


#259

https://schizoduckie.github.io/DuckieTV/?from=duckie.tv&/ is a nice electron calendar app for tv show that unfortunately offers only a static binary.


#260

perhaps a dedicated customer relationship managment snap would turn up well?


#261

More Office snaps:


#262

@Zap123 perhaps creating an issue would be the better way to helm-in a calendar app.

Also check out eksctl.


#263

Note taking app with 8k GitHub stars, Linux version is a zip file:


#264

first of all - github is not Libre-completed.

saying that I do like 4kdownload so go figure :wink: ?


#265

The “GitHub stars” was just to show that it has some popularity and maybe people would be interested in a snap version of it too.


#266

RStudio Desktop https://github.com/rstudio/rstudio/issues/3079


#267

Hi everyone!

Could anyone please add the Openshift client binary?
You can take it from here: https://github.com/openshift/origin/releases
Thanks in advance!


#268

Topocal pro would be great for me http://topocal.com/


#269

I would love to see VirtualBlox and MySQL Workbench as a snap :slight_smile:


#270

I would like to see Vivaldi browser as a snap.
It’s based on Chromium that’s already available as snap.


#271

Gnome-Software or Ubuntu-software


#272

This may be outside the scope, but I’d love to be able to install and update Anaconda (the python/R/etc distribution) via snaps. Of course this implies somehow keeping the ability to create separate environments using conda while still keeping the main up-to-date.