Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Re: Request: Removal of "ownCloud" package from ubuntu

Hi Lukas, on a partially related note,

On Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 12:35 PM, Lukas Reschke <[email protected]> wrote:
> While we're pretty much Ubuntu fans here, doing the packaging for every distribution would just be way too much time for us. That's why we have created even our own repositories at OBS: To be completely independent with our releases. ownCloud is evolving really fast and it makes not really much sense to freeze versions at the moment :-)
> Our only intention here is to prevent Ubuntu and ownCloud users from using insecure versions and being at risk unnecessarily. I think this both has the potential to harm our reputation and we should work together to resolve this.

A bunch of people worked on charming up OwnCloud so that it would
specifically use upstream's versions on your schedule instead of
relying on out of date distro packages:
http://manage.jujucharms.com/charms/precise/owncloud

iirc there used to be a mention of this method on the website but it's
not there anymore. The charm has tests that we run routinely on HP
Cloud, AWS, and LXC. That's what I currently recommend to Ubuntu users
who want to use OwnCloud.

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