On 03/07/2016 10:05 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
On Mon, 2016-03-07 at 20:36 -0500, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> How exactly is the boot.iso affected?
Well I haven't tested, but my *expectation* is that the Server boot.iso
will now have the same list of available envs as the DVD, since now
it's being set by pungi, not derived from the configured repositories.
I can double-check that, though.
I don't think it *should*, because the boot.iso also retrieves the comps.xml
from the Everything/updates repositories, right? So anaconda would have the full
list, not just the truncated version generated by pungi.
> I don't see a problem with the generic
> Everything boot.iso continuing to ship minimal as an option. Though I think we
> need to rework what minimal actually means, since basically it's just the
> accumulated set of crap that pre-Fedora.next thought no system could live without.
Hey, it does the job...:)
Sure, but even for your use-case, I bet it could be a lot more "minimal" than
is today. It needs curation and that should probably be a Base WG responsibility.