@spacekookie How to trust these kind of websites tbh? Like «Flatpak developers consider this a minor security issue.» but following the link it’s not obvious what it means. Or the fact that fcitx wat broken (no date, kind of bad too imho), and the article telling it’s the end of writing CJK while IBus or other exists. I’m wary of bad faith arguments like this
@spacekookie I haven't seen a website like this in a long time (maybe never): One page of text, one image, five links. Nothing else. Wow. 😲
@spacekookie I love it
@spacekookie I'm not so sure I want to rely on a web page that is outdated has no authorship information. Also, it's pretty clear that right now there is a strong competition between Flatpak and Snap that is not going to be resolved based on technical merits, but rather on commercial strength of Red Hat vs Canonical. Spreading misinformation like this website doesn't help users.
@steko For what it's worth, I hate snaps too
@spacekookie I can't say I hate snaps. I have never used one. I do hate the way Canonical presents snaps as the best solution, whereas it's a centralized silo that should have no place in the Linux world.
@normand yea absolutely
@spacekookie is snap better?
@duncanturk not really
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