The State of Flatpak In GNOME Software
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 5 July 2016 at 10:30 AM EDT. 14 Comments
GNOME --
There's a new blog post concerning the state of Flatpak (formerly XDG-App) integration in the GNOME Software app/software store/center.

Richard Hughes of Red Hat has written a post about Flatpak and GNOME Software. His new post covers the per-user and system-wide plugins for dealing with Flatpak packages, GNOME Software interoperates well with the Flatpak command-line utility, and various other details about the current state of Flatpak integration for GNOME Software.

Those interested in more information on Flatpak and GNOME Software can stop by Richard's blog.
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