On Tue, Mar 30, 2021 at 7:27 AM Lukas Ruzicka <email@example.com> wrote:
> I would like to propose a new release covering criterion that was suggested on the yesterday's Blocker Review Meeting. Please let me know, what you think about it and perhaps suggest improvements.
I like the idea of dual monitors being a blocker in general, but as
this thread shows, it gets complicated quickly. I think if we do this,
it should be very narrowly scoped. The two main use cases we need to
worry about are:
1. Laptop with an external monitor (and does it have to be directly
attached, or would we block if a monitor attached via a docking
station doesn't work?)
In this case it needs to be clarified whether we're talking about a laptop which has a single graphics card, or whether it might have multiple (as is often the case nowadays, unfortunately most likely involving an Nvidia card). In case of multiple, whether a single card working is sufficient for passing that criterion (provided it is possible to toggle between them in bios or using specialized tools) or whether both must work even if toggle-able. If they can't be toggled, whether that situation is also covered (this is the most complicated and most often broken scenario). Docking stations also need to be mentioned, yes.