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Snappy Sceptic Files Bug to Ask Why It Even Exists

A question mark in a circleThe bug reporting infrastructure around an open-source project generally isn’t the best place to fish for a debate — especially when that debate poses questions of a rather existential nature! But if you’ve ever wondered why Ubuntu is bothering to develop Snappy when Flatpak is there, on the shelf, ready to be used, then the thoughts of […]

This post, Snappy Sceptic Files Bug to Ask Why It Even Exists, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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What’s Next for Ubuntu Desktop? Mark Shuttleworth Shares His Plans

Mark Shuttleworth has revealed more about what’s next for the Ubuntu desktop following last week’s dramatic news that the next LTS release will use GNOME.

This post, What’s Next for Ubuntu Desktop? Mark Shuttleworth Shares His Plans, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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KDE Neon to Support Snap Apps in Plasma Discover

kde neonUbuntu-based KDE Neon is one the Linux distros we’re most excited for this year — and with good reason. The distro combines the stability of Ubuntu’s latest LTS foundations with the latest (and, if you want it, bleeding edge) KDE applications and Plasma desktop releases. It’s a compelling partnership that delivers the best KDE experience I’ve […]

This post, KDE Neon to Support Snap Apps in Plasma Discover, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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