I tried to post (twice) a comment on your blog, but my comment seems to be stuck in moderation. Here's the comment that I attempted to post:
I installed this snap on Ubuntu using “sudo snap install libreoffice” and tried it using “/snap/bin/libreoffice” to start the application.
Where is the appropriate place for filing a suggestion/bug report?
Here’s a preview of the suggestion/bug report I plan to file:
1. Upon starting LibreOffice using the “/snap/bin/libreoffice” command, a new directory is created at “home/[user]/snap/” and that new directory contains, among other things, the subdirectory where “My Documents” are found and stored by default. Given the layout of the new file chooser, some are confused as to how to move from the location to the old default location (“home/[user]/Documents”) where document are found. What’s more, some aren’t aware of how to change the default location. See https://www.reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/comments/5b548x/libreoffice_523_as_snap_from_day_one/
Suggestion: At installation, the path to the "My Documents" location should be “home/[user]/Documents” as it has always been.
2. As mentioned above, upon starting LibreOffice using the “/snap/bin/libreoffice” command, a new directory is created at “home/[user]/snap/” which contains, among other things, config files. So long as the default path to documents is changed as suggested above, there is no need to see this directory, and I’d rather not be forced to see it.
Suggestion: At installation, instead of at the current location, a new directory should be created at “home/[user]/.snap/” so that it will be hidden.
3. After installing the snap version of LibreOffice, uninstalled the previous deb version. To my surprise, after uninstalling the previous deb version, the upon starting the snap version of LibreOffice, I found that all of the icons associated with LibreOffice had disappeared.
Bug: Please figure out a way to install the snap version so that the snap version doesn’t rely on the icons installed from the deb version.
4. As mentioned elsewhere, so long as the deb version of LibreOffice remains installed, absent any other actions, the “/snap/bin/libreoffice” command is required for starting the snap version.
Suggestion: Please document the steps needed (whether exporting something to PATH, or whatever) for setting the snap version of LibreOffice as default.reddit.com - LibreOffice 5.2.3 as snap from Day One • /r/Ubuntu