How can Atlassian hope to provide good dev experience with its platforms without Trello for Ubuntu?
If there are no immediate plans for this, we ought to add it to the top of the list and make it happen ASAP!
If developers are constantly swamped with requests, then they have a serious and urgent need for software to help solve this information overload problem. I for one use Trello but I refuse to settle for the Windows development process because, simply put, Ubuntu is much better.
If OPENNESS is the number one value at Atlassian, what is the justification to make one of your best products only on the 2 CLOSED operating systems?
We need Trello for Ubuntu to happen and we need it to get done ASAP.
Thanks in advance for your swift, efficient resolution of this critical issue,
Bion at Bit Pharma
Just to be clear - Trello is a service which you connect to. Trello itself works fine with a range of browsers, most of which are available for Ubuntu.
The complaint here is about a Trello desktop application for Ubuntu. Linux remains a niche desktop operating system, albeit one that is quietly creeping up, but it already enables users to use Trello via a browser. And the other methods Trello has. It's just that Atlassian have no client for it yet.
Personally, I would not want a Trello client for Ubuntu. I'd want Trello for Linux (which, frankly, is not a huge divergence from Trello for Mac), as I don't use Ubuntu at all.
Same as Sourcetree for Linux... (although I went off that a while ago)
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