I have installed Fedora Silverblue 29 workstation on a test machine .
Installation was straight forward but the use case is unclear to me for a desktop.
Ok, I can do rollbacks easily. But how important is this normally?
More important is to be able to install software - and this is more or less impossible.
Google Chrome cannot be installed because because it goes to /opt.
It directly gives a hint why this does not work:
As a replacement I installed Chromium.
Next thing I tried was to install SoftMaker.
This is also not possible because libidn.so.11 is necessary and rpm-ostree refuses the installation.
On my standard Fedora I set a softlink and forced the installation with --ndoeps.
rpm-ostree does not have such an option (or I simply did not find it) and I cannot set softlinks in read-only filesystems.
So I think as standard working desktop I cannot use it.