Snap wishlist - suggestions wanted!


#294

gnome-Software 3.30 Will be awesome. Please!!!


#295

Linphone

http://www.linphone.org/technical-corner/linphone/downloads


#296

photoprint is a small app very easy for printing more pictures on the same page. https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/photoprint unfortunately it exist up to Ubuntu 18.04 but disappeared in Ubuntu 18.10. It would be nice to have it as a snap.


#297

zabbix - networking monitoring tool.


#298

I would really like to see the following:
Pithos
MakeMKV
Citrix Receiver


#299

Rubyripper - High quality rips from audio cd’s to your computer drive

SABnzbd - The automated Usenet download tool
NZBGet - Efficient Usenet Downloader
Sonarr - Smart PVR for newsgroup and bittorrent users
Radarr - A fork of Sonarr to work with movies à la Couchpotato

OpenArena - Stand-alone multiplayer game
Red Eclipse - A free arena shooter featuring parkour


#300

Having just installed Ubuntu 18.10 QGIS disappeared and cannot be reinstalled because of its dependencies.

A SNAP version would seem ideal, but I have no idea how much effort is involved or how long it would take, The old DEB files always lagged several versions behind. QGIS is a critical program for cartography, I have only a few weeks before I have to use it again, and will install and older Ubuntu to run it.

Any advise on likelihood for this please let me know so I can plan for contingencies.

Best of luck
Greg


#301

Please provide links of:

  • It’s official website
  • It’s source code (if available)

#302

I opened a feature request for the exact same issue as @gregs 10 months ago.
https://issues.qgis.org/issues/17710
There even seems to be a QGIS snap yaml file but I guess nobody is worked on it since.

Website: https://qgis.org/en/site/
Github: https://github.com/qgis/


#303

A snap would be ideal… In the meantime though, so that you can stay on 18.10, you might like to try the Flatpak? :slight_smile:


#304

man, take a look at this :’( I’m so sad snapcraft doesn’t offer this:


#305

I think it’s perfectly reasonable for this to be available as a snap, but for the record, qgis is shipped in Ubuntu 18.10.

$ rmadison -s cosmic qgis
 qgis | 2.18.22+dfsg-1 | cosmic/universe | source, amd64, arm64, armhf, i386, ppc64el, s390x
$

And this package is installable on Ubuntu 18.10.


#306

Sonarr does not support .NET Core


#307

Does it have any difficulties or in this case the snap build is not available?
Sorry, but I do not quite understand the technical side of this process.


#308

I am not 100% sure but from my understanding snapcraft only supports .NET Core which is the newest version of the framework that Sonarr uses. I also read they are planning to upgrade at some point from the older version they are using which is probably when it would make most sense to add a snap package.


#309

Vivaldi Browser

-Wasn’t Vivaldi available from the Snap store before?


#310

Hey guys. Newly returned to Ubuntu and would love to see a couple additions:

  • Insync Google Drive Client

  • Kwooty Usenet Client


#311

I created a PR to build snap packages for sabnzbd: https://github.com/sabnzbd/sabnzbd/pull/1183

Edit: Now available: https://snapcraft.io/sabnzbd


#312

ubuntu-report & rest API.


#313

I would like to see qgis 2.18. as snap.
:grin: