On Mon, 2021-03-15 at 09:35 -0500, Brandon Nielsen wrote:
On 3/14/21 10:13 AM, Ben Cotton wrote:
> In the wake of the BZ 1924808 discussion in Thursday's Go/No-Go
> meeting, I am proposing an addition to the Basic Release
> Criteria. This would go into Post-Install Requirements -> Expected
> installed system boot behavior -> First boot utilities (appended after
> the existing sentence):
> > If a utility for creating user accounts and other configuration is configured
to launch, it must be visible within 10 seconds of the first boot reaching the launch
> Why 10 seconds? Why not? That sort of feels like the maximum length of
> time someone could reasonably be expected to wait. A shorter time
> might be better.
> I don't particularly love the wording here, but I wanted to make it
> clear that it's not 10 seconds from power on, but 10 seconds from the
> time the boot up reaches the state where we expect gnome-initial-setup
> or its counterparts to appear.
>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1924908
I like it.
Can we also add a "and displayed without error" clause, or maybe
"completes with no visible error"? Something to explicitly capture the
"sad face" bug.
We actually have this already, pretty much, for Final:
"There must be no SELinux denial notifications or crash notifications
on boot of or during installation from a release-blocking live image,
or at first login after a default install of a release-blocking
It was envisaged to cover desktop notifications, but I'd say it seems
reasonable to count it as covering the "Oh no" screen too.
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