1. Nielson Rolim
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Are there any plans to offer Valentina Studio for Linux at Snap Store or Flathub?

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Nielson Rolim Accepted Answer
Hi Ruslan,

Thanks for your response.

The main flatpak store is Flathub. It is an open source project maintained by the community (https://flathub.org/about). It is totally free to publish apps there. You can learn more here: https://github.com/flathub/flathub/wiki/App-Submission

The snap store is Snapcraft (https://snapcraft.io/). It is maintained by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux. Even tough it isn't an open source project, it is free to publish apps there. Here you can find how to publish an app to Snapcraft: https://snapcraft.io/docs

More about flatpaks and snaps:
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Nielson Rolim Accepted Answer
Hi Ruslan,

Thanks for your response.

The main flatpak store is Flathub. It is an open source project maintained by the community (https://flathub.org/abouthttps://flathub.org/about). It is totally free to publish apps there. You can learn more here: https://github.com/flathub/flathub/wiki/App-Submissionhttps://github.com/flathub/flathub/wiki/App-Submission

The snap store is Snapcraft (https://snapcraft.io/https://snapcraft.io/). It is maintained by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux. Even tough it isn't an open source project, it is free to publish apps there. Here you can find how to publish an app to Snapcraft: https://snapcraft.io/docshttps://snapcraft.io/docs

More about flatpaks and snaps:
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Ruslan Zasukhin Accepted Answer
Thank you, Nielson.

I guess you think first of all about Valentina Studio,

Linux archives right now take 70% of size and time to build them.
well, we will think about this of course. But we need some time ...

When you say store - does this mean something like Apple Store?
Do they take some % of sales? Or this is just about a new special format?
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Nielson Rolim Accepted Answer
No, snaps and flakpaks are new package formats for Linux.

Snap Store is the Ubuntu store for snaps and Flathub is the main community store for flatpaks.
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Lynn Fredricks Accepted Answer
Because It would be available for any Linux distribution including those not deb-based or rpm-based like Arch Linux, Manjaro, Solus, Gentoo, ChomeOS, Puppy Linux, Slackware.


Isn't the Snap store just the current iteration of Ubuntu's previous third party store?
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Nielson Rolim Accepted Answer
Because It would be available for any Linux distribution including those not deb-based or rpm-based like Arch Linux, Manjaro, Solus, Gentoo, ChomeOS, Puppy Linux, Slackware.

Another good reason is that you can pack your software and all your dependencies together. So you don't need to rely on shared libraries from the OS.

Finally, Valentina Studio would be available in Flathub Store or Snap Store. More users would discover and use it.
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Ruslan Zasukhin Accepted Answer
Hi,

up to this we did not think about this

Why this will be better?
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