Am 26.01.2021 um 01:04 schrieb Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com>:
On Sat, Jan 23, 2021 at 05:55:03PM +0100, Peter Boy wrote:
> Please, comment here on the mailing list (if possible use the item numbers as
reference) or modify the text directly and send it to me (for the time being, improvement
is in progress).
This looks great!
I think wherever we can we should share docs to the main documentation
project, but I think server specific things might be fine in their own
I agree. If we decide to do this, we must first draw up a rough plan, and then make an
effort to talk to the authors of the Installation and System Administration Guide about
it. In any case, I am not familiar enough with these procedures. We need someone who is
willing to put some time into it.
In a previous post I made a proposal for such a rough plan
One small thing that might be good to add is 'differences between
server edition and other fedora editions'. ie, we default to xfs instead
of btrfs and we have a different default partitioning setup, etc.
I agree. We should preface this with a few conceptual differences.
Multi purpose, widely adoptable to customers specific needs as opposed to CoreOS specific
as a container host or IoT home automation.
Stable persistent public information and services unlike Workstation as personal and
adaptable to personal work routines.
Control of hardware as well, unlike Cloud Base Images.
Control over the entire system hardware and software, including the network, in contrast
to cloud services such as GPC, Amazon, etc.
This is the basis for differences such as BTRFS, partitioning, etc.
If we decide, to give the „Server Box“ a go we have to consider how to proceed.
One option is to create on a subpage of our wiki a kind of prototype (which would be easy
to do) or directly try to establish the basic structure for a „box“ in