On 7 November 2017 at 06:08, Andrea Bolognani <abologna(a)redhat.com> wrote:
According to Langdon this topic has not really been discussed
properly yet, so I'd like to bring it up now. I know it's kinda late,
but hopefully not quite *too* late :)
Long story short, I'm not sure releasing the output of the Modularity
effort as Fedora Server, which seems to be the current plan, is
necessarily the best idea.
The Fedora Server moniker has been used for a pretty long while now,
and in that time users have come to expect certain things from it.
Modularity causes some of those expectations not to be met in its
current form. Quick example:
# dnf install screen
No match for argument: screen
Error: Unable to find a match
Uhm.. that was not what I was expecting from how modularity was
expressed earlier. If this is actually 'what we are shipping' then I
agree with your assessment and that it should not be called Fedora
Stephen J Smoogen.