I’m looking for some clarification in the current thinking on the user experience connecting plugs and slots in a graphical environment.
At one of the previous sprints we decided on implementing a dialog in gnome-software that would give the user an option connect plugs as necessary . Does this still match up with the current thinking? It also seems likely to modify these settings after installation we will need a dialog in the control center.
One case of an interfaces in a graphical snap is VLC. This has the camera interface disconnected by default. However, I think the correct long term solution for this is to prompt for this interface to be connected in the shell at usage time. So the prompt at install time is not required long term - is this correct?
Are there any cases that do require prompting at installation long term? Do any snaps exist in the store now with one of these interfaces?