On Fri, Feb 09, 2018 at 11:20:53AM +0100, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> > Should this be a side effect subject to change of store policy (which
> > I
> > think is outside the scope of the Ubuntu project?), or should we
> > define
> > "no devmode" as an Ubuntu policy now?
> 
> this is an already existing store policy ... if your snap was built
> with "confinement: devmode" you can not release it to stable, the store
> checks this and blocks. so the "only stable" policy on the ubuntu side
> should be enough.

I think you missed my point. Who sets the store policy? What is the
governance of the store policy? If it is Canonical, rather than Ubuntu,
then Ubuntu may consider it appropriate to "lock" its seeding policy,
rather than having a policy whose result varies according to external
changes.

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