I looked into supporting this from snapcraft, but subversion is not built for these types of general ci systems, seems it comes from a date where you’d roll your own thing to build stuff.
Purple-facebook (Facebook Pidgin plugin using Facebook Messenger protocol)
especially files and scratch!!!
I’m on elementary loki, and these two applications rock; but the rest of elementaries default’s weren’t enough for me.
I would personally like to see more gaming servers!!!
especially minecraft pocket aka pocketmine-mp
Also some good ideas:
Toffee (http://www.the-toffee-proje… for Wide Area Network Optimization. Available both for x86 and ARM it’s a great approach to achieve LAN-like performance over a WAN.
All Jetbrains IDEs, especially “Intellij Community Edition” …
and Android SDK !
Yikes, I didn’t realize I was so out-of-date. They need an announcement mailing list or something. Next time, feel free to log a bug!
Anyway, I’ve got you covered, especially if you can help give it a test run:
Will do, Kyle. Thank you so much !
Firefox for developers
Games, especially Steam
Dev tools, like Netbeans, Wing, JDK, etc.
I would love to see Sigil added to the list too.
I think it could be nice to have a snap of RetroPie, the retrogaming platform. See here the installation procedure if you think it could be interensting: https://retropie.org.uk/docs/RetroPie-Ubuntu-16.04-LTS-x86-Flavor/. It was designed to run on the RaspberryPi but it has also support for the O-DROID and for PC running debian based distros.
Another suggestion is [GDevelop] (http://www.compilgames.net) platform for creating 2D games for desktop, mobile and or HTML5 browsers.
Also [Cocos2d-x] (http://www.cocos2d-x.org/cocos2dx) could be a nice app to snap. It allows you to create 2D games for various platforms. Featured games include Angry Birds Fight, Geometry Dash, BADLANDS and many others.
The Gnome Shell, so we can have the latest stable Shell without the need to upgrade the whole system. Ubuntu GNOME Personal