Former Ubuntu Snap advocate develops "Unsnap" to help people stop using Snap.
FallOverLaughing.gif. Also StandingOvation.gif.
This is just truly entertaining and awesome.
Alan Pope, who was previously the Developer Advocate working at Canonical (specifically on advocating for people to use Snap packaging), has developed a new project called “Unsnap” to help people “Quickly migrate from using snap packages to flatpaks”.
The guy who’s job it was to convince people to use Snap packaging on Ubuntu (and Linux in general)…
Has now built a tool to help people stop using Snap.
Amazing work, Alan Pope! This looks incredibly handy.
Also… thanks for giving me a solid chuckle. This is one of the greatest trolls on a former employer that I’ve seen in a long, long time. I owe you a high five.
You can check out Unsnap from the project’s GitHub page.
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