On Mon, Mar 09, 2009 at 10:05:15AM -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Mon, Mar 09, 2009 at 01:21:36PM +0100, Jeroen van Meeuwen wrote:
> Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> > Jeroen van Meeuwen wrote:
> >> Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> >>> Jeroen van Meeuwen wrote:
> >>>> The -logos package in the creation of installation media gets
> >>>> product name, nowadays. You cannot pick a specific -logos package
> >>>> the installer images build process to use although that was the
> >>>> patch I attempted to get into anaconda.
> >>>> I can see the added value of having a remix-logos, but it's
> >>>> shorter then "fedora-logos" so I'm afraid it might
start winning some
> >>>> yum-best-package selections.
> >>> Is this affecting pungi or livecd-tools as well? I assume I can still
> >>> exclude fedora-logos and include remix-logos in a kickstart file for
> >>> live cds. If it does affect live image creation, what is the
> >>> method to rebrand Fedora now?
> >> The change in anaconda behaviour is affecting revisor and pungi, or
> >> actually installation media compose processes in general. That's a
> >> separate issue.
> >> My concern with regards to dependency resolving is that if you do not
> >> explicitly say you want fedora-logos, you end up with remix-logos being
> >> pulled in as the best provider for system-logos. So, this concern really
> >> applies to the situation in which one would not want to rebrand.
> > Well, ideally people would be inheriting the base ks file and getting it
> > automatically but if that is a real concern, let's call it
> > fedora-remix-logos and that name won't be the shortest anymore.
> Still a little patching would be required for anaconda I believe, to
> substitute spaces in the product name to a '-'. Either way,
> fedora-remix-logos seems to have a better chance! ;-)
I'm late and not as educated a remixer myself. I'm running a
livecd-creator process right now to see what happens in the generic-*
case. Would it make sense to have the Fedora Remix logos appear in
the generic-logos package by default?
Sorry to reply to self -- I discovered that the generic logos match
upstream, i.e. in the generic 10 spin, you get GNOME foor logos for
the GNOME desktop, which makes sense.
After further consideration I can see that a separate set of remix
logos would be useful. There are cases where the generic logos could
be useful as opposed to simply slapping Fedora Remix logos everywhere
Sorry for the noise.
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