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Re: [tdf-discuss] Flatpak is a Red Hat product?


Perhaps Red Hat is a sponsor of Flatpak, but that does not put the
same level of Snap/Canonical as a commercial product. I think the
Flatpak project was more closely linked to GNOME long until
independence, but their comments do not respect that decision at all.
I can not find any information on the website of Red Hat or Flatpak to
say that this is so.

To me it caught my attention because it is the only place that says
that and is being used in forums to say "Look, Flatpak is a product of
Red Hat"...

If you say that the article was extensively revised okay, thanks.

2016-08-07 18:19 GMT-04:00 Italo Vignoli <italo@libreoffice.org>:
> The text of the announcement has been extensively reviewed by a large number
> of people, with different backgrounds (including, but but not limited to,
> Red Hat) and has been approved as such. Flatpak release has been backed by
> Red Hat, and the Flatpak packaging has been managed by Red Hat. Behind
> Flatpak there are many full time Red Hat employees. These are just facts
> about the project as of today.
>
>
>
> Il 7 Agosto 2016 9:16:23 PM Hugo Alejandro <haevalencia@gmail.com> ha
> scritto:
>
>> Hello everyone. I think there has been an error in the reference made
>> in the article of Flatpak in the announcement of LibreOffice 5.2
>>
>> (https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2016/08/03/libreoffice-5-2-fresh-released-for-windows-mac-os-and-gnulinux/)
>> As they mentioned that Flatpak is a product of Red Hat when it is not.
>>
>> I have followed closely the development of Flatpak (formally xdg-app)
>> and began as a project of Alexander Larsson under the support of the
>> GNOME project.
>>
>> Compared with Snap by Canonical, iscommercial project as much
>> difference (copyright, marketing, full-time employees, etc).
>>
>> See: http://flatpak.org/faq.html
>>
>> Hugo
>>
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[tdf-discuss] Flatpak is a Red Hat product?Hugo Alejandro <haevalencia@gmail.com>
Re: [tdf-discuss] Flatpak is a Red Hat product?Italo Vignoli <italo@libreoffice.org>
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