Hmm, I thought that, at the very least, in GNU/Linux distributions the
assumption is that free software is preferred (if not hidden in the way
that the FSF would prefer)? Presumably there's a reason why upstream
GNOME assigns these colours?
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Proprietary software is labelled red
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Proprietary software delivered as snaps in GNOME Software is
highlighted red in the software details. While it's great that we show
the license for software, it's not ideal that the implication of the
colours is that free=good, proprietary=bad. We should provide software
and enable users to make an informed choice what they install, but not
make the implication that it's a bad choice.
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