Stumbled upon this bug report and I'm not sure how to respond to it;
and whether it relates to
Bug 1769967 - gnome-software is recommending non-free software with
large colourful banners
I don't know what the UI looks like to get into this situation. But
for sure I have no way of knowing, or inferring, that merely enabling
Flathub as a repository means I'm also wanting proprietary software to
be recommended by GNOME Software.
I don't even totally feel comfortable showing proprietary software in
searches, just because the user enabled a repo that contains some
non-free software, something they have no way of knowing in advance.
GNOME Software -> Preferences
( ) Show proprietary (non-free) software in searches
( ) Promote proprietary (non-free) software
Or perhaps even simpler, but it lumps in two the passive (search) and
the active (featured) presentation of proprietary software:
( X ) Do not show proprietary software
The above show my expected defaults in Fedora Workstation.
Is there a way to filter flathub applications based on free/non-free?
And only show free by default?