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Re: KiCAD snap package
Great to hear. Do you mean build instructions? I'm still fine-tuning
the snap, so I'll push a few changes and those build instructions
I'll also do a non-public test run under some other name to check if
it's possible to share access or what the best strategy could be.
Am Fr., 15. März 2019 um 13:34 Uhr schrieb Nick Østergaard <oe.nick@xxxxxxxxx>:
> It seems that I have it under my canonical account.
> I am not sure if access can somehhow be shared. If you add some instructions on the readme in your repo I will take a look at it.
> On Fri, 15 Mar 2019 at 13:30, Maximilian Federle <max.federle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I've packaged KiCAD 5.1 as a snap package (https://snapcraft.io/) as
>> well as the libraries: https://github.com/ppd1990/kicad-snap
>> It is not in the store yet, however a very outdated (also not building
>> anymore) version is: https://snapcraft.io/kicad-snap
>> The developer states that he doesn't have the time to maintain it
>> anymore and so I'd like to take over publishing more up-to-date
>> packages. Store guidelines recommend using a name without suffix, so
>> in this case that'd be "kicad" and not "kicad-snap".
>> However, "kicad" is already registered by some unknown (to me)
>> developer, but nothing is published under this name.
>> So my questions are:
>> Does anyone here hold the registration of the "kicad" name in the snap store?
>> If yes, would you agree to publish a package under it or transfer the name?
>> Do you, as a project, have interest in such a package?
>> If yes, I could request a name transfer of the "kicad" snap name with
>> the backing of the upstream project.
>> Thank you for this excellent piece of software and your time
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