On 23.7.2020 19:20, Jóhann B. Guðmundsson wrote:
On 23.7.2020 16:32, Michael Catanzaro wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 4:32 am, Jóhann B. Guðmundsson
> <johannbg(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would say for a "Fedora Home" edition the only application I would
>> remove would be boxee and virtualization altogether
> That is worth considering. I think we want to continue promoting
> Boxes as our recommended virtualization solution regardless, but it's
> an open question whether it ought to be part of the default experience.
>> and replace it with a password manager if Gnome has one.
> I reported
> discuss this a while back. It's a tricky question. I think it'd be
> good to promote our own password manager, but nowadays users seem to
> prefer services that offer sync between multiple devices.
I would say it's better to give them something rather then nothing.
>> Component wise anything related to enterprise user management and
>> login, enterprise storage local and remote including clients.
> kerberos, sssd, etc. seem to mostly stay out of the way, and it's
> nice to have them working for users who need them, right? Also:
> kerberos is exposed via Online Accounts in System Settings. I think
> of these like VPN plugins: most users will never use them, but
> they're small and don't hurt anything and to the extent they're
> integrated into System Settings, having them installed by default is
Arguably the problem is not that they are installed but enabled and
started when they are not being used which negatively affects the
overall experience and I personally am more inline with not installing
anything unless it's actually going to be used by the end users.
Basically Gnome would be shipped bare bone with nothing more than icons
which trigger install ( flatpak ) of the application when the end users
plans on use it for the first time.( at that point the end user is
indicating that he wants to use that application ).