Elementary OS to Build the Next-Generation Linux App Store
The AppCenter ecosystem is projected to receive a massive upgrade in elementary OS if a new Indiegogo fundraising campaign proves to be successful.
And by the looks of things, it’s all just a matter of time until elementary Inc. raises the necessary $10,000 for “bringing together a team from around the world to work together in person for a week-long sprint in Denver, Colorado.”
Basically, what elementary wants is cover the expenses of the people making this happen, as it paves the way for the next-generation Linux app store.
The team working on the project include developers from Endless, Flathub, and GNOME, and elementary says the help it receives from these groups is essential for the future of the AppCenter.
“With AppCenter and Flatpak, apps will be installed per user and won’t require advanced permissions to download; so you won’t have to type your password anymore to get apps or their updates,” it says on the <a href="https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/appc……