Thanks @gael for… Well. For answering.
To make things clear, I’m no kind of hater. Not /e/ hater, not /anything/ hater. Asking questions is not hating, it’s caring.
Now to move on to the real topic. I’m aware and saddened by the state of Android apps deployment these days. Developers are probably not going to upload their APKs anywhere out the Google Play Store, and this causes real pain to the whole Android ecosystem. You are striving to find a solution, that’s great. Your answer just doesn’t clarify anything, except about hypothetical future partnerships. So let’s hope this turns out well, but I’m no very optimistic.
What the… hell?! This remark is totally the opposite of the FOSS (and all GNU/Linux ecosystem) philosophy . Why should I trust you when I can read your source, have it audited, and make my own opinion about your project? You’re basically asking us to follow you blindly or get away? This is insane, and, in my opinion, not the way /e/ will make a difference.
I do hope that /e/ will grow and eventually offer an alternative to Google’s Android. But I will proudly leave /e/ if this project’s mantra is “follow me without asking too much questions”.