@barthalion in the end, yes, its just people. Some might trust Fedora more - the package spec is well-tested - some might rely on Flathub's expertise. I don't see a competition here.
OCI indeed is a wild wild west here, lets see if that would be the preferred way after some proper testing
@barthalion Also, a different way to build and distribute software just shows how Flatpak is flexible and other orgs may reuse it if they have deb/rpm packages - and would like to use OCI registry to distribute their software instead of using a web server with files
@barthalion Fedora would re-use the RPM packages from is repo, so the content in the Fedora's flatpak repo would be curated and supported by Fedora maintainers - not random folks from Flathub repo with no obligations. This isn't meant to be an offence, but addresses a rather common issue with Flathub's structure - "who's responsible for updates, reviews and fixing issues there"?
@barthalion Why would introducing an alternative to Flathub be considered to be a competition? Its not on many levels
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@Lyude this my favourite election type where you can pick 'all of the above' option, just like ice cream type
@barthalion is this one of the promoted toots? :)
@Lyude it definitely does. A lot of folks showed up in red fedoras in the office today
@sesivany whoa, didn't know you're that old!
Updated all my home machines to F29. Since its just 2 Atomic Hosts and 2 Silverblue it was fairly easy! #fedora
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