We have thousands of bug reports. Just like any Open Source project, we prioritise them. Sometimes we miss them, sometimes bugs are not fixed for a long time. This is a function of being popular, and having a limited number of developers to work on things.
Absolute rubbish. You’ve personally spent a considerable amount of time discussing issues here and elsewhere. You could have invested that time in understanding how to file a bug, and file it. Have a conversation with the developer, get them to understand the issues and work together on a solution.
Repeating yourself on a forum ad infinitum is akin to shouting into the wind. If all our developers spent all day reading and responding to threads on forums no bugs would get fixed. We have many examples of users who applied themselves a little to understand how to file a bug and got their problems understood.
You have no idea. I personally spend time trying to understand these performance issues (I am not a developer on snapd) so we can articulate the issues in bug reports and get them prioritised with the relavent developers. Don’t believe for a second we don’t care. It’s just these aren’t simple bugs to solve.
A useful single datapoint.
While useful for some expert users. Most normal people don’t like the process of downloading random zip files and running the contents. It’s not a pleasant solution to run all your applications like that.
Repeating yourself like this isn’t going to get anything fixed. Please appreciate that.