I noticed that KeepassX hasn’t been updated since October of last year, so it seems pretty much dead. There is a new version called KeepassXC that was forked from KeepassX has bugfixes and some new features compared to the old one. I think it would be better if we changed KeepassX from the Software Boutique to KeepassXC. Has a snap package too:
sudo snap install keepassxc
As for Wine, I would recommend using the staging version of Wine since it usually performs better than the development build since it builds from there and adds some patches that havent been added to the development version of Wine yet like CSMT(Commandstream multithreading) which brings better graphic performance.
Youtube user Manero666 has been doing some benchmarks comparing WIne versions for a while, here’s a short one showing Batman Arkham City. The Gallium Nine version beats all of them, but for that you need to use the open source drivers and have an AMD card since Nvidia’s open source driver is pretty bad for games. There were some talks on adding Gallium Nine to wine staging, but havent seen any update yet.
wget -nc https://repos.wine-staging.com/wine/Release.key sudo apt-key add Release.key sudo apt-add-repository 'https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubuntu/' sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --install-recommends winehq-staging