Motivation: First of, our packages where not that well maintained and it's a lot of work to test and validate library capability cross different Debian based versions for the deb. I have no idea if even the tar-ball or the rpm even works. The snap is available with a simple "snap install konstructs-client". snap is pre-installed on all current Ubuntu installations and it's super easy to install it on Debian, Fedora, Arch, ... I know that there are a few people out there who prefer flatpacks and it think it's better time spent to make a flatpack instead of maintaining this old code. Flatpack and snaps are the way forward!
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