Added to my list of - "cross-platform apps" which don't have any linux download.

@binyamin another thing that bothers me is when they DO have a linux download but its buggy, behind on updates, and not prioritzed at all by the devs 🙃

@thumb @edel I once compiled a very basic "hello world" app with electron, and it was something like 45 MB. Most of that is probably chromium, though.

@binyamin remember to add apps that doesn't run outside x86 or amd64, e.g. aarch64, ppc64, riscv64, wasm (!!) etc. [ and their respective 32bit versions. ]

@smlckz ummm... I've been on linux for 2 years already, and I don't know what those things are. I just meant a 64 bit deb and rpm. Maybe 32 bit, if it's easy. When you ask for less, you're more likely to get it.

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