Correct, snapd doesn't provide any license information currently and GNOME
Software defaults to interpreting this as propietary.

The bug tracking this is:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1555567

On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 11:06 AM Sergio Schvezov <
sergio.schve...@canonical.com> wrote:

> El sábado, 17 de septiembre de 2016 17h'58:29 ART, Mark Shuttleworth
> <m...@ubuntu.com> escribió:
> > On 17/09/16 08:56, Spencer wrote:
> >> I see.  Well, I'm not sure what the answer should be, but I can tell
> >> you that it being "non-free" is a significant deterrent against anyone
> >> downloading and installing this or anyone's snap, or so I would think.
> >
> > Agreed - I think this is just a flag in the database, and I'm pretty
> > sure there is a way to change that, just not sure where it is. But this
> > is the right list to ask on :)
>
> The license feature needs to be brought back into snapd. If there is no
> license The Software Center defaults to proprietary.
>
> I know seb128 or rancell were on top of this at one point and logged a bug
> against snapd.
>
>
>
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