The Tizen Technical Steering Group has announced the release of the Tizen 2.3 SDK (Rev3), which is now available to download and contains bug fixes in the Native IDE as detailed below:
I want them too and the only way to make this happen is to say to Google we want them!
- Go to Google Drive on the web (https://www.google.com/drive/):
- Click the settings menu (the gear icon)
- Click Help.
- Click Send feedback.
- Say you want it on Linux
- Repeat for Google photos (https://www.google.com/photos/)
If we are enough to ask maybe Google will listen us and make Google Drive and Google Photos available on Linux.submitted by Paviluf
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