Eg, say Debian include Chrome (as Chrome, not Chromium) in their next release. It will move from where it is now to the normal locations for unimportant software beneath /usr.
That said, I don't really care that much anymore. There's very little expectation for quality finished software on Linux in general:
* Most apps aren't packaged, even for the two major distros people use
* half of GUI apps still don't install with shortcuts
* WMs still invent their own .desktop replacements
* package descriptions for 'foobar' are 'the foobar package' or 'libtoolkit GUI for libfoobar'
* service descriptions are 'starts the foobar service'
* man pages either don't exist, point elsewhere or consist of 'debian says we have to have a man page, this is a man page, alas it has no content'.