On 02/18/2016 11:45 AM, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
we're finishing a new-generation Fedora Live USB Creator (see the change:
). Currently, we're
planning to use it as the primary download option for Fedora 24 Workstation. It means that
if the user clicks the big button Download at getfedora.org
he/she will be offered to
download the USB Live Creator that will download the ISO and create a bootable disk for
him/her. A direct link to an ISO will be in other download options.
How are you handling users that are using other operating system and
linux distributions I mean is this new tool available to all other Linux
distributions and operating system when the user clicks download and
does it cover optical media as well or would users that intend to burn
that image end up having application installed on their system which
they never use?
Would it not be better to have two buttons, one for download the image
and another one to download the tool?