rosedovell wrote:I was wondering if flatpak is preferred/more likely to be used.
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Head_on_a_Stick wrote:...flatpak is already available in sid:
Head_on_a_Stick wrote:@Garry: please read http://flatpak.org/
The OP is asking about distribution-agnostic packaging methods, those Debian packaging links do not apply here
HuangLao wrote:why not stick with .deb dpkg?
sgosnell wrote:The last I heard, a LibreOffice flatpak was well over a gigabyte by itself.
sgosnell wrote:Using flatpaks, snaps, etc, there could easily be dozens or hundreds of copies of libc6 on the disk, for example.
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