@roadmr thx, that explains from where it come from but I’m more concerned that it was submitted with wrong license 1,5 years ago and it’s still there untouched. I don’t know if it matters from legal point of view or is it only UX issue but the fact nobody verifies what packagers claim as license is questionable.
@niemeyer I think this is huge reputation risk for snaps similarly to what happened with Google Play which is known to be a can of malware where for every popular app, dozens of harmful imitations exist. Imagine if real malware was found in snapstore - it will be shouted in every corner of Linux related web.
Also it will be harder to attract users to snap when they realize that nobody looks what’s inside packages in contrast to deb repos which are scrutinized by distro maintainers.
At least there should be published rules for snapstore hosting and official way for users to report packages which violate them.