on the face of it, this interest in packaging GNU software could be
seen as encouraging; but that i dont understand the motivation for doing
this - if you do not use smalltalk yourself, and you dont know anyone
who does, and the GNU smalltalk maintainers have not asked for this

do you just go about finding random softwares to package for flatpack?
if so, that sounds like you are flattering the flatpack project by
adding smalltalk to it more than flattering smalltalk by packaging it
for flatpack

pardon my cynicism o/c - i dont speak for the project myself, but IMHO i
am quite against that sort of "kitchen-sink" packaging

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