So why did Fedora make this decision?
Richard expressed concern about code quality in the announcement and said that the decision was made mainly because of the QA problems of plug-ins, the impact on user experience and the long-term practicality.
Hughes also revealed: "Considering that Canonical is building its own custom Snap-only app store. Developers previously involved in the gnome-software project have been reassigned to participate in the development of Snap Store.
This decision may seem like a huge change, but in fact only a few Fedora users will be affected. Because Fedora is not enabled and attached by default
Gnome-software-plugin-snapSoftware package. Therefore, this does not affect the installation of Snap applications on Fedora.
However, it is undeniable that for Snap users who like Fedora, it is unintentionally more difficult to install Snap applications using GNOME.