On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 08:50:23PM +0200, Jan Kratochvil wrote:
This is another step trying to make Fedora end-user friendly while
only effect is making it hostile to developers. As Fedora will never be
used by end-users as it conflicts with Fedora's foundation Freedom. With
each such step it takes more and more effort to make a new Fedora
installation usable by a developer (setenforce 0, dnf remove
bash-completion, remove rhgb quiet etc.).
Fedora, the Project, has a lot of developers involved. Some of us are
interested in making things just for our own use -- that's fine. Others are
very interested in making solutions that are actually used by these
end-users -- and it turns out they're reasonably successful, because we
actually *have* plenty of non-developer end users.
But, if you don't like our offerings that are targetted that way, I suggest
you make a spin or remix that has all of defaults _you_ want. Make it appeal
to the specific developer audience you have in mind with the things that
make sense to you, and see who else is interested in collaborating on it.
Fedora Project Leader