My first thoughts is that this shall be laughed at.
excuse my documentation day-dreams … but, but
Would it be possible (as
to include an rtf README file within the snap to be install within the package, for instructional purposes, perhaps ?
- *They got it wrong on the wiki - I so don’t rember it being ‘RTF’ as a file extension - I
My last query, is What is your Go-To Application for opening rtf’s of this nature ?
Accessing the instructional file before the snap is attained (installed) would o/c be a bonus, in my mind.
Sure, but that’s away, in terms of releases of snapd, I get that.
Maybe I am thinking ?
Surely you could come up with a better way to display such an instructional file for less-advanced ubuntuists ?
So I am asking what file format would you use as a document’s logical extension ?
In the naughties, I heard was making it’s own PDF version - but I heard nothing more of that.
I can hear the omgubuntu post now - 2018: We made orange again !