I spend quite a lot of time on Discord these days, mostly as it's been a really good way to talk to/with a community that wants to vaguely keep track of multiple threads of conversation. It's how most of my "pen and paper" RPG time gets organised as well.
Now, I'm running this mostly on Debian Linux, and although I'm really glad they've got a native app for it and are happily distributing .deb files for it, I keep getting vaguely annoyed that I have to download and manually install that again rather than it just coming in on an apt repo. I mean, the hard part is making the .deb, not the repo right? Except there's been an open request for the last 5 years for this and it wasn't looking like they were getting anywhere close.
TL;DR - I built it. Install steps are pretty simple:
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/discord.listwith the contents
deb https://palfrey.github.io/discord-apt/debian/ ./
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install discord
Now, under the hood, it works via two things:
It's not massively complicated, but it wasn't until I saw weekly-box86-debs the other week that I realised this was really quite simple, and something I should just do.