Ubuntu Make is a cli tool which allows users to simply install a variety of development tools direct from the main suppliers rather than having to use the version from the Ubuntu/Debian archive. For example, the version in the archive is 0.8.5b.
Ubuntu Make can download the binary from your site, compare the md5 sum to one provided by you to assure the download is correct, and then install it and take care of putting the .desktop file in the right place.
You can read more about Make here:
Make also has a significant number of tests which can allow us to spot potential problems very quickly and get them fixed.
To be clear, we wouldn’t be hosting your binaries, the user would run the Make tool would download the binaries directly from you. If you can also provide an MD5 sum we will check against that before installing.
As a user of Fritzing, I’d love to see it be available via Ubuntu Make.
If you are happy for us to proceed please let me know.
Thanks for making Fritzing!