Do you think Fedora Silverblue the future of Fedora?

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  • The major issue people are having right now is also why Silverblue isn't the "present" of Fedora - namely, Flatpak still has some missing features which lead people to install RPMs instead. RPM-OSTree is a crappy experience for package management - but the solution will be in Flatpak's continuous improvement. Regardless, I have only layered Chrome (and the Fedora Workstation Repositories that provide Chrome) and otherwise I've found that Flatpaks work fine (Steam works fine with the right Flatpaks - just install the community Proton flatpak).

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    That's a completely normal use case for development. Also, who wants to pollute their network namespace like that.

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