[guardian-dev] fdroid repos for nightly builds of our apps
david at olivercoady.com
Thu May 7 08:31:58 EDT 2015
Hans, I tried this and it's pretty cool! Got stuck on the part about
"adding the Courier Repo".
After installing the F-Droid app, one needs to visit the overflow menu,
then tap "Repositories". This will display a list of available
repositories, two of which are "Guardian Official" and "Guardian Archive".
I turned "GP Official" on, then tapped the re-sync icon, which displayed
some nice toasts telling me what was happening (love that!). But when I
returned to the main screen (which was displaying the "available" tab),
nothing showed up.
1. I see that the updates table shows a number next to it, perhaps the
number of available updates to apps that are already installed? I'd like
to see a similar value next to the number of apps installed (that is, next
to the "installed" tab keyword).
2. Rather than displaying nothing in the "available" tab, perhaps the icons
for installed apps could be displayed at half-intensity with a message "up
Additionally, I like all the detail shown for apps, but I'm not sure the
license-type is necessary on the "installed" screen (it should be on the
"available" screen, where is where you'd make your choice about installing
an app of your liking). Can we substitute, for example, the amount of
storage an app is consuming on the "installed" page? Much more useful.
David M. Oliver | david at olivercoady.com | http://olivercoady.com |
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On Fri, May 1, 2015 at 1:58 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner <
hans at guardianproject.info> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I just put together an collection of automated fdroid repos that
> include nightly builds from our apps into an FDroid repo. So for example,
> you want to test Courier on a device, just add the
> "info.guardianproject.courier" repo to your device, and you'll
> get updates for each build from our build server.
> To add one of these repos, on a device, first make sure it has FDroid
> Then go to one of these URLs on your device or computer. If you click on
> app you want on your device, you'll be prompted to send it to FDroid, which
> will set it up as a new repo. If you are on a desktop, you can click on
> app and get a QR code to scan from the device to add the repo:
> This is in parallel to the repo that contains the builds of all of the
> PGP fingerprint: 5E61 C878 0F86 295C E17D 8677 9F0F E587 374B BE81
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