On Sun, 2009-09-06 at 11:42 -0500, Paul Frields wrote:
On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 4:59 PM, Max
> That means 9,000 DVDS (and 1,000 magazines) that we would
probably use as
> the VAST MAJORITY of our media during the Fedora 12 cycle.
> We would probably *not* produce a large quantity of separate LiveCDs, which
> has been the habit for the past several releases.
In the longer term we really do want to move away from the Install
to a Live DVD that has more relevant applications and content -- as
opposed to the kitchen-sink approach of the Install DVD. But
nevertheless, most people choose the DVD over Live CD because it's
perceived to be "more == better."
Given that fact, and being rational about our budget, I think it makes
sense to leverage this approach to provide most of our distributable
media. If that's the standard Install DVD, I'm OK with that. We should
ensure the general community understands the reasons for sticking with
the install DVD for purposes of this promotion.
Ok, random question. Could we produce a LiveDVD image that would
include all of the packages on a normal DVD install (if you didn't
customize your choice of packages)? Or does the desktop SIG have a