If a user runs
snap find gnome they will see output similar to this:-
alan@hal:~$ snap find gnome Name Version Developer Notes Summary gnome-calendar 3.26.3 Canonical classic Calendar for GNOME gnome-calculator 3.26.0 Canonical - GNOME Calculator gnome-recipes 1.6.2 Ken VanDine - GNOME loves to cook gnome-contacts 3.26.1 Canonical classic A contacts manager for GNOME gnome-system-monitor 3.26.0 Canonical - System Monitor
Developer in the third column may mean different things to different users. They may wonder is it the "Developer of gnome-calendar` is listed here, or the “Developer of the snap”? Should it say “Publisher” given the publisher of the snap isn’t always the developer of the upstream software? Can we refine the wording here so it’s clear who the “developer” is in this instance? Should we?