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Hey all A little out of the loop on universal packaging (I know a little but not a lot) and i haven't tried any yet. I've got a few questions if anyone cares to enlighten me I know there's 3 types , snaps, flat pak and appimages (I think its appimage?) I think they are all basically the same idea, bundling their own libraries so they can work anywhere, but would this... 1) encourage more bloat? 2) make apps less transparent, in the sense that when they all used to pull in a library as a dependency they all used the same one, but now, who knows what's in the bundle, will I have to unpack each one to see what's inside? What about updates? If I can download them from anywhere how are they updated? Do they use a built in updater? Isn't that a step backwards and a bit windows-y? I've heard that to package a snap you have to sign some contract with canonical? I don't know what the contract entails but from a distance that seems a bit Apple-ish. And also to use snaps on anything other than Ubuntu SELinux has to be disabled, surely that's a disaster? Anyway, I know that's a lot of text and a lot of questions, any insight is appreciated, thanks submitted by /u/zigglezip [link] [comments]

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