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    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    :)
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Doesn't travis support 32bit?
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Okay, we'll go with just 64bit.
    So how should we do it on our site, like for different version of Ubuntu should be a different installer?
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    each installer uses the default version of Qt that comes with Ubuntu
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Got you.
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    for example 14.04 --> Qt 5.2.1 || 16.04 --> 5.5.1
    this way the user won't need to look for outside repositories
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Btw, are we loosing features by using older versions of Qt?
    Yeah.
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    well there are some, that make things easier, like for example network referencing --> update
    for update we got the link from updates.json then we check if it is a reference to another link and then we download the installer with the referenced one.
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    But will our features work as expected? e.g. Automatic updates, multi-threading, etc...
    Yes, I should update that, right after uploading the installers
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    the new approach just tell the network to follow the link
    and as result we get directly the installer
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    will it work for 14.04?
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    all the feature you mentioned works
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    oh ok great
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Ok, so I'm getting the installer for each Ubuntu version from the corresponding name, right? So for 14.04 I take the one from trusty, for 17.04 I take from zesty, and so on... Right?
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    yep
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Ok
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    What about Ubuntu software center, we still don't have any control there until we get our responses from @dplanella?
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    How does the Ubuntu download page look?
    I mean the layout and the buttons
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    @theshadowx I can't seem to find the download for the installer of 16.10 yakkety
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    it looks nice
    just there is a small mistake it's 17.04
    it's my mistake, in the condition it should be yakkety not yakketi
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    I'll fix it and redo the merging
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    ok
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    I think now it's good. Could you please remove the previous installer you downloaded/uploaded and replace them with the ones included here https://travis-ci.org/nuttyartist/notes/builds/265315114
    so that the installers would be sync with the repo
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Oh ok sure
    I need to go to bed soon, I think we might finally release 1.0.0 tomorrow.
    hmm
    It says the site can't be reach
    does it down for you too?
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    just refresh, sometimes it freeze
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    Still not working... Anyway I will try tommorow, maybe because it's just uploaded everything it takes a bit of time?
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    ok
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    good night
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    good night
    Ali Diouri
    @theshadowx
    What's up ?
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
    I didn't have time yesterday, eventually, like I though I will have. I will have time on Saturday but Fri, Sat and Sun are the lowest time of traffic on our site. So I think we will release it on Monday.
    Btw, we have a lot of traffic but we not retain them very well.
    Ruby Mamistvalove
    @nuttyartist
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