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Just updated my mir-client snap example to be more like what a kiosk might be vs the old faithful clock example. And of course, more fun on dragonboard in doing so.
http://voices.canonical.com/kevin.gunn/2016/09/28/a-better-kiosk-demo/
Hey just having more fun snapping on dragonboard. I've updated the mir-client snap to use a Qt demo that is probably a bit more like what a kiosk style application might be. It's the photoviewer on dragonboard as an example. Which improved not only the demo experience but provides developers a ...
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Hoping to share a few more cool things in the coming weeks like this
http://voices.canonical.com/kevin.gunn/2016/09/27/mir-snaps-on-dragonboard-with-touch/
hey just a very quick update. Had some more time to play around today and touch is working after all (only difference is I left my usb keyboard disconnected today so maybe it was getting confused). Anyhow, here's videos of Qt clocks with touch and Qt samegame with touch ...
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We just made it even easier to get started with snapping.
Learning to snap with codelabs. The background. I always felt that learning something new, especially new concepts and workflows usually works best if you see it first-hand and get to do things yourself. If you experience directly how your actions influence the system you're working with, ...
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This is awesome.
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Read what the folks at +Rocket.Chat have to say about +Snapcraft and Snap packaging:

http://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/09/27/snap-interview-with-rocket-chat/
Snap packaging has been gaining a lot of momentum recently, from desktop apps to cloud services, and everything in between. To learn more about the people and projects that are building snaps Michael Hall, Ubuntu Community Manager, reached out to Aaron Ogle a Core Contributor to the Open Source Project Rocket.Chat. How did you find out about snaps? At Rocket.Chat we’ve always been big users of Ubuntu. Our recommendation for our users has always b...
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OK, I'm really overdue on posting something about this as I've had _something_ running on the dragonboard 410c for a while. If you don't know about dragonboard you can check out dragonboard from 96boards . So dragonboard is targeted to be a supported reference board by our Snappy team and ...
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Also +Rob Clark :)
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Looks like he spent that dollar by now...
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He grew a pair of trousers!
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I know it works under kvm :) 
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Schnapps !
 
Interesting, now i have native, Xmir and snap apps in the Apps scope
Ubuntu 16.10 Unity 8
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Prost !
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A desktop application snap package that is less than 1MB? Is that possible? It sure is, and here's how!
KDE Neon developer Harold Sitter was able to package up the KDE calculator, kcalc, in a snap that weighs in at a mere 320KB! How did he do it? KCalc and KDE Frameworks snaps. Like most applications in KDE, kcalc depends on the KDE Frameworks, a set of libraries and services that provide the ...
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+Vladimir Pantelic yeah, it's KDE...we all know it's bloated :P
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Canonical today launches a distribution of Kubernetes, with enterprise support, across a range of public clouds and private infrastructure.
Canonical Expands Enterprise Container Portfolio with Commercially Supported Distribution of Kubernetes Canonical’s distribution of Kubernetes is supported, enterprise Kubernetes Support is available on public clouds, private infrastructure, bare metal Elastic solution with built in analytics for scale-out ‘process container’ loads LONDON, U.K, Sept 27, 2016, Canonical today launches a distribution of Kubernetes, with enterprise support, across...
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Have you been using the latest messaging snap Rocket.Chat? It’s been added to the #Nextcloud box, a simple box that is powered by the #RaspberryPi2. Learn more --> http://ubunt.eu/yt9hlQ
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Ubuntu desktop on the fly (literally) !!!
 
From the new drone development kit, Parrot S.L.A.M.dunk, developers are able to run an #Ubuntu desktop directly from the device - a great way to do a quick iterative development on the board and test their results on the fly! Learn more --> http://ubunt.eu/zQa7Xs
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+Alan Pope hah, touché !
(FYI: the daily snappy images now have HDMI support enabled too)
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The Real (ogra)
Education
  • IGS Langenhagen
    1980 - 1989
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  • Canonical
    SW-Integration, Development, ARM, 2005 - present
  • Ish GmbH
    TechLead of Techical Testbed and Helpdesk, 2002 - 2005
  • Phoenics GmbH
    Head of IT dept., 1998 - 2002
  • Atelier Kamp
    Graphics designer, 1996 - 1998
  • ping Netzwerksysteme GmbH
    Tech Support and Development, 1995 - 1996
  • Annastift Hannover
    home care nursing service, 1989 - 1995
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Hannover - Köln - Blankenheim/Rohr