[$] Fedora packages versus upstream Flatpaks

The Flatpak package format promises to
bring «the future of apps on Linux», but a Linux distribution like
Fedora already provides packages in its native format—and built
to its specifications. Flatpaks that come from upstream projects may or
may not follow the packaging guidelines, philosophy, and practices so they
exist in their own world, separate from the packages that come directly
from Fedora. But those worlds have
to a certain extent over the
past year to two. Recently, a
packager announced their plans to stop packaging the Bottles tool, used for running
Windows programs in Wine-based containers on Linux, in favor of
recommending that Fedora users install the upstream Flatpak.

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