So, it would appear that I am more or less the creator of my own issues. During my installation of F28, I was a bit rushed in my approach to the system setup, and should have spent a bit more time digesting the information provided. What I have unfortunately done through the run of the F28 install, then the rebase to F29 and subsequent flatpak installation of the various apps I normally use, ended up with some things getting installed as user and others I did as sudo (old habits die hard). This led to me thinking I solved issues to get the flatpaks installed, which was apparently true at the time, but is largely a headache when updates come down the pipe. For instance, org.freedesktop.Platform.ffmpeg/x86_64/1.6 is required by various flatpaks I installed, and I did/do have that installed as a user. I have Vim installed as sudo, consequently when software notifies me that Vim has an update I cannot update via the Gnome Software as it always fails for me. I go to a terminal and do the update for vim (as sudo because it fails otherwise), I get a 404 error for org.freedesktop.Platform.ffmpeg/x86_64/1.6 updating. If i go to update org.freedesktop.Platform.ffmpeg/x86_64/1.6 as user, it comes back with nothing to do, no errors, etc… That is just one example, and for me it highlights the necessity to review the documentation thoroughly on how to set up an ostree+flatpak system. This is of course, irrespective of the topic I started, but I cannot help but think I did some of that to myself in the general excitement to get this new workstation version going. Is release date on schedule to align with the normal Fn Workstation release cycle?