Fedora Workstation does have a nice (preinstalled) CLI command called
/usr/bin/gnome-open). It can open URLs or, what is really useful the file manager (Nautilus). So you can e.g. do
gnome-open $PWD and Nautilus opens with the current dir.
It is basically the “reverse” way of opening a terminal from Nautilus.
Now, how can I get the same in Fedora Silverblue. As it seems
gnome-open is not installed there. Not even in a toolbox container I’ve created.