On Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 12:46:34PM -0800, Adam Williamson wrote:
Here's a ping on this (as I only got feedback from Mike before -
anyone else?) and a modification: I'd like to extend the Beta
criterion to read:
"When installing with a release-blocking dedicated installer image,
the default package set must be correct, and choosing a different
package set must work."
with a footnote something like:
"'work' means that the package set selection mechanism itself must
work; when used, the packages that form the chosen set must actually
be the ones marked for installation. Package issues that render one or
more selectable package sets un-installable do not constitute a
violation of this criterion, though they may be violations of other
this is to cover things like
, which I noticed
when filing it is a bit of a loophole in the proposed criteria.
Any more thoughts, folks? Thanks!
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That addition to the proposed criteria sounds good to me. The definition
of 'work' makes sense as well.