In this case, Wike is installed as a deb, not snap. Why is it confined?

As far as I know, this is not how deb packages worked. Is this a very
new decision to confine all the apps even if they are installed via apt?

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  Wike does not run in Ubuntu 24.04 due to apparmor issue

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Bug description:
  Wike (deb package/compiled version) does not run in Ubuntu 24.04
  possibly due to some interference between apparmor and webkit.

  $ wike

  (process:11686): Gtk-WARNING **: 02:55:41.246: Unknown key gtk-modules in 
  bwrap: setting up uid map: Permission denied

  ** (wike:11686): ERROR **: 02:55:41.837: Failed to fully launch dbus-proxy: 
Child process exited with code 1
  Trace/breakpoint trap

  A workaround is to create the file `/etc/apparmor.d/wike` with the following 
  # This profile allows everything and only exists to give the
  # application a name instead of having the label "unconfined"

  abi <abi/4.0>,
  include <tunables/global>

  profile wike /usr/bin/wike flags=(unconfined) {

    # Site-specific additions and overrides. See local/README for details.
    include if exists <local/wike>
  Then run `sudo systemctl restart apparmor.service`

  This is also reported in GitHub for Wike

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