Вот и в Федоре начали думать, что несвободные приложения надо устанавливать как-нибудь попроще:
The Fedora project values freedom and has for a long time tried to minimize our users exposure to non-free software. While this is a good idea the time has come for fine tuning the policy a bit. Fedora has been declining in popularity for a long time now and we are trying to revamp it with the ongoing Fedora.next work. That work has a lot of components, but one of them is to make getting the software you need installed and running easily on Fedora in a userfriendly manner.
In order to keep with the Fedora policy of only shipping free software we will only make available 3rd party software that offers their own repository for their software. Examples here include Google Chrome and Adobe Acrobat.
Я ещё понимаю, чем Акробат лучше линуксовых просмотрщиков, но чем Хром лучше Хромиума?