On Thu, Jul 07, 2016 at 08:51:38PM +0200, Jan Kurik wrote:
On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 8:46 PM, Garrett Holmstrom
> On 2016-07-07 05:13, Jan Kurik wrote:
>> == Scope ==
>> * Proposal owners:
>> - work upstream to clarify what is the best way for programs to mark
>> themselves to survive logout
>> - update the documentation with more explanations and examples, as we
>> learn what people find confusing in the current scheme of things
>> - evaluate a "permissive" mode for KillUserProcesses, to make it
>> easier to debug processes which stay around after a session terminates
>> - remove the compile-time override in the systemd package
>> - work with upstream authors and Fedora maintainers of programs like
>> screen and tmux to implement the ability to automatically start them
>> in a way that survives a user session, and if the system policy does
>> not allow that, to warn the user.
>> * Other developers:
>> - cooperate on the last item from previous point
>> - identify additional services which need to adapt to the changed default.
>> Different services might merit different handling here: some might be
>> updated them to start through the non-session-specific dbus instance,
>> some might need documentation changes, while others possibly should be
>> handled like tmux and screen.
>> * Release engineering: N/A
>> * List of deliverables: N/A (not a System Wide Change)
> But this is a system-wide change. Is the intention to fill out this list as
> people learn what needs to be changed?
That is my fault as I overlooked this. It is fixed now on the wiki.
I think the list of things to be changed is in the "Scope" section.
"Deliverables" sounds like new "things" that would be created, e.g.
a installation image or whatever.