Want to migrate over from Snaps to Flatpaks on your Linux machine? Well, unsnap is a new tool in the early stages that will help you do just that. Developed by Alan Pope, who previously worked for Canonical and was an advocate for Snap packages, it's certainly an eyebrow raising move.
The idea is simple: to allow you to quickly and easily migrate from Snap to Flatpak applications. Done over a two-stage process, it allows you to "view and/or edit the scripts prior to execution to validate or tweak them".
Right now, it's considered to be in the "Pre-alpha" stage, so not for production machines but eventually it could prove to be quite useful.
An example shot from Pope on the GitHub page:
Considering how popular Flatpak has become (especially with it used on the Steam Deck), it's not a big surprise to see something like this come along.
There's a lot more info on the GitHub.