> I've been reviewing some of ack's changes for the maas deb2snap
> transitional package, and in the latest merge request
> a topic came up that I don't think we've discussed before.
> Currently, the maas deb installs maas 2.7/stable/ubuntu-$release
> (or other versions of maas instead of 2.7).
Why would deb2snap transition ever exist for stable/ubuntu-20.10 or
later? Given that it should be just a snap in 20.10 and that's it. And
in 20.10 and later, installing 20.10 should not follow the
ubuntu-xx.yy branch either.
For example, when people select to install snaps in subiquity
snapstore screen, we don't follow ubuntu-xx.yy branches either.
Upgrades from focal should be dropping /ubuntu-xx.yy branch tracking
too. Cause maas is not a seeded snap installed by default.
juju doesn't have latest/stable/ubuntu-20.04 branch either, why should
maas have it?
(lxd & desktop snaps are different because they are seeded, maas is
closer to juju => unseeded servery/devopsy software).
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