I can only say that from the beginning I'm disappointed – or maybe actually sad – that instead of focusing on a way to hide/exclude non-free software from Flathub, Fedora has chosen to directly compete with Flathub.
@barthalion Why would introducing an alternative to Flathub be considered to be a competition? Its not on many levels
Why Fedora user should choose to use Flathub, when number of applications, even if maintained there by authors themselves, is also available in "official" repositories?
It's just duplicated work, even if it's built with different tools.
@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"?
This is private instance. You can help by moving along