Hello friends. I've been doing some reading on click packages but I still feel like I'm having some difficulty wrapping my brain around it. I understand some of these questions may be shooting a bit far off into the future, but at the same time, maybe not. So the basic premise behind the click package system is so developers can bundle all of their dependencies and whatnot into the click package. The process itself from a dev standpoint sounds easy, but I'm left feeling a little gray on a few areas.
For starters, what does this mean for updates? If a dev pushes an update, then what? Do I get it? Is it part of the regular system updates or is it signified separately in some sort of notification menu?
Likewise, what sort of items can go into a click package? Can we expect to see bigger applications, like Gimp, Libre Office, etc, packaged as a click package? Or is there something about their size/type of build that would, in theory, effectively only allow smaller items to be "click packaged"?
Is there anything exclusive to the click package system? Or is this something other distros can pick up accordingly?
Thanks for your help!