Canonical's total privatization of snap target doesn't please everybody.
“Ubuntu is dropping gnome-software and by doing so, making it more difficult for users to install flatpaks. When we accepted snap support into gnome-software, it clearly weakened flatpak’s position, but we did so because we wanted to make it possible for Ubuntu to ship gnome-software and contribute back.”
“ If Ubuntu is switching to something else instead of gnome-software, there is little point for us to continue to promote a technology that competes against GNOME’s flatpak.”
Ubuntu forums are, by the way, full of help requests for nonfunctioning snap packages (most of the time unwanted, by the way).
A little compared practice of snap and flatpak shows the difference between massive garbage and selected quality??