On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 19:08:15 -0700,
Chris Murphy <lists(a)colorremedies.com> wrote:
>The idea of what Anaconda can do to create powerful storage stacks with open source software has significant merit. But it's in the wrong place. It's an anchor on the installer, and can only be leveraged during an install of RHEL, CentOS or Fedora.
What would you have people do instead? For example run a live image to
do the partitioning, raid, lvm, dmcrypt, and file system setup before
doing the install? Even then, you need some way to tell the installer
which directories go on which file systems for the install.
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So we have less than a week left to put together our technical
specification for Fedora 21. We've had some discussion on picking the
set of Roles to focus on for the first release.
As I see it, we need to discuss and settle on at least the following
* Target roles for F21 (vote already underway)
* Install media and high-level view of default packages
* Rel-eng, QA, etc. needs (There will be a separate call for help
going out on this)
For reference, the Workstation WG has put together an excellent
technical specification document and we should probably borrow from
it as much as possible (both for uniformity and reduction of effort).
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In case anyone missed it, FESCo's minutes have this:
"AGREED: FESCo expects the Tech specs/docs from working groups by
March 3rd at the latest"
So, we've been off meetings and stuff for three weeks now, we probably
should kick back into gear soon :)
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I'm not sure if this is standard practice, but I figure a quick
introduction is worth something.
For those who don't know me in the Fedora Project, I wrote the original
yum-presto plugin for using deltarpms in Fedora.
I'm here because I'm the system administrator for the Lebanon
Evangelical School in Beirut Lebanon, and we use Fedora pretty
extensively in the school.
A vast majority of our desktop systems run Fedora, and our servers are
pretty evenly split between CentOS and Fedora (with one token Windows VM
for our accountants).
I've had good experiences with Fedora as a server (our web server has
been running Fedora since 2005), as well as bad experiences (our print
server has just been switched to CentOS after a really nasty permissions
bug popped up in cups for Fedora 20).
I've looked at the PRD, and I hope I'll be a useful participant in this
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My nane is Geraldo Kuster
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I live in Brazil
I Working with servers in general to more than 5 years and linux server
with 1 year or so, study systems development and entered the fedora project
about 6 months. I loved the idea as fedora server and therefore chose this
In Fedora prroject i work an FreeMedia and Marketing group.
Excuse my English I'm still learning and using Google in a few sentences.
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