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    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    I need to create a new merged branch for my use
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    that's all part of v1.1.x (not v1.0.x) :wink:
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    I know... but I still miss it :angel:
    I'll probably be trying this out on my RPi (I'm again on only one... sigh)
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    oh, shoot... no, I will not... forgot Ubuntu doesn't run on RPi...
    back to the beaglebone black it is... :D
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    did you see the new raspberry pi 2? :)
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    I just saw the message about it ... and ordered one :smile:
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    There's even a Ubuntu Snappy Core image for it :-P
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    yup... I have one ordered as well... and of course, Snappy is one of the first things I'm going to try out ;)
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    What makes the Snappy so interesting (for you)?
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    want to try it out, it might be an excellent match for a consumer grade product I'm building :)
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    Oh cool!
    I hope I'll get an idea for a consumer product some day too. I like deepening my knowledge of linux/debian by developing the net installer, but having a product would make it much easier to explain my enthousiasm for the RPi to friends :wink:
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    I know the feeling... ;)
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    IIUC a Snappy image is like a Docker image. So why choose Snappy over Docker? Or am I missing the main benefit of Snappy images (quite possible)?
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    not really... it creates two different copies of the whole system, so upgrade-ing should always (except for hardware errors) work, no matter what
    and then you install packages, which are somewhat separated, but not as much as docker...
    of course... as far as I understand... didn't have the time to try it out yet... I'm organising a meetup in slovenia, it's taking a lot of time and energy :D
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    When you do have time (and feel like it), it would be great to share experiences wrt Snappy/Docker/etc.
    My RaspberryPi 2 will be delivered tomorrow \o/
    Good luck and have fun with your meetup :+1:
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    have a look at this video, some nice info ;)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBU4aIYnyuI
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    Yep, I had already seen it
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    http://sjoerd.luon.net/posts/2015/02/debian-jessie-on-rpi2/#comment-d3ccdec6364aec3ce2f5f30d641aaf9f
    ^^ That comment is (IMO) significant, since Ben Hutchings is the main Debian kernel maintainer
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    have you used slack before? it's a great way for communicating...
    send me your email, so I can invite you into the (already created) team :)
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    @diederikdehaas let's see if you get a notification if I tag you :smiling_imp:
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    And now I do get an email notification \o/
    But my notification setting is to notify me for all msgs (not just on mentions)
    my email address is didi.debian@cknow.org
    Diederik de Haas
    @diederikdehaas
    And yes, I have used slack before and I (even) have the app installed on my Android phone (and tablet).
    Goran Blažič
    @goranche
    invitation sent ;)
    Baptiste Vadé
    @SundayPlayer
    Hey every one ! I would like to remove the graphical interface of my raspbian but i don't find which package are concerned. Can you help me ? (I just have a ssh access to it) thx