On 02/28/2017 01:27 PM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Mon, 27 Feb 2017 10:59:00 -0500
Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On 02/16/2017 11:53 AM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
>> I incorporated the changes requested during last week's Server SIG
>> meeting. I split the roadmap and requirements documents and added
>> more detail on the technical acceptance requirements for the Domain
>> The new documents are located at
>> A review would be most appreciated.
> Any feedback here? This will be on the test^W agenda for tomorrow's
Down to the wire, but a few minor comments:
* Do we want to specify "Linux Client" any here? Perhaps say any non
EOL Fedora Client? or make it more broad?
From the perspective of the server role itself, I think we want to be able to
support theoretically any Linux client. I'm not aware of a prominent Linux
distribution that doesn't have either SSSD or pam_ldap/pam_krb5 available for it
at this point.
That's not to say that we have to commit to *testing* all possible clients (and
I'd leave that up to the FreeIPA folks who are already doing a more
comprehensive job of that than I expect we can manage).
If we wanted to be specific, though, we could say define "Linux Client" as
"at least one Fedora-derived distribution and at least one Debian-derived
* I guess this still means we need to have a windows server for
in the end?
Yes, but we may have options here. I need to find it in my backlog, but someone
pointed out that we may be able to get access to short-lived Windows Server
virtual machines for our testing.
Adam, I think you were on the CC of that conversation, do you have a pointer
handy for it?
Otherwise looks great to me.
Thanks! I asked the FreeIPA team to chime in on it, but they haven't responded
to this draft. (They did have a couple comments on the first draft which were
incorporated prior to our meeting on it).