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Why? I don't know, maybe someone here will like it.

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[-] netvor@lemmy.world 10 points 11 months ago

Which part of

By the way, that’s nothing against the author’s decision to go “flatpak first”, I fully support whatever choice they make as long as the project is F/LOSS

is whiny?

oh, you mean this part

I’m not likely to use flatpak untill I absolutely have to

OK, maybe a little bit. I did not mean to sound like that :)

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