@gauge hi, no there isn't such a list but maybe it would be a good idea to set one with all the core + app developers and the way to sponsor them. There are individual developers pages though.
About the SDK, Rodney is working on that precisely :)
No, there isn't any problem for us using the word 'ubuntu', we have the permission from Canonical to use it.
If you have more questions or want to get an answer directly from the top, this Saturday is going to be a Q&A. You can ask here https://forums.ubports.com/topic/1769/q-a-38-this-saturday-13-10-18-at-19-00-utc
@dobey I have had transmission installed in Libertine and ran only the backend there. I think from terminal. Transmission offers a webinterface, so I could just go to http://localhost:SOMEPORTNUMBER and that gave me a reasonable touch interface (website). I had no lifecycle problems that way, I think Libertine processes are not restricted that way. It's been a long time since I did that, but I don't think any of the relevant technology has changed.
@lakotaubp Thanks for that. I have had a look and I like the "Fixed a bug that prohibited a lot of users to sign in the first time or at all - Hello Australia!" point at the bottom of the list. I remember talking to @Flohack about this in some detail. I think I will have to get this one downloaded.
@ukphil Great news. The next version is being worked on as we speak/type : ) Have a read through this thread to see the work and effort that has gone into it https://forums.ubports.com/topic/1477/dekko2-developer-community-thread/53.
@dobey said in Rotation lock for specific apps:
As dialer-app already [...] specifies only portrait as supported orientation in the .desktop file
It doesn't specify that as far as I can tell ....
It rotates for me and I consider that a feature