So far, I’ve downloaded syncthing releases directly from GitHub, validated the GPG signatures, etc. and installed manually. While this is nice, I’d really like to be able to simply add a Debian repository and get new releases automatically for my distribution, which is Ubuntu 14.04 trusty.
Are there any plans for making repositories available? Even a PPA would be a huge improvement. I know that WebUpD8 has made packages available, but I’d really prefer installing from a place maintained and signed by the developers. If you guys need any help maintaining or setting up a repository, I’d be happy to help. At minimum, we could setup FPM and churn out some repositories for the stable Debian and Ubuntu releases.
That’s awesome! Thanks!
Is there a plan to include Syncthing GTK in that repository? I haven’t installed it yet, will do shortly. I know that WebUpD8 has builds, but I’d like to trust you guys directly
I think that’s where @kozec uploads his releases. That - or the github releases page.
Meaning that you believe that syncthing-gtk should be provided by the above Debian repository? If so, that’s great!
So syncthing-gtk is developed by @kozec, where as syncthing is developed by @calmh.
syncthing-gtk could be provided by apt.syncthing.net, not sure why it’s not.
I think that’s the right place to get syncthing-gtk, yet I am not 100% sure.
There is a github.com/syncthing/syncthing-gtk, right?
Interesting. If it’s not already published there, it should be IMO.
I think only the windows version is published.
Others can download, do pip install, and off they go.
Unfortunately the package dependencies weren’t clear. I tried installing from source and couldn’t figure out which packages I needed to install. If those were clearly defined, I’d stay up to date with