With the beta being very very very clean, and functional, the Linux community has taken
the date of 25March as the official release date.I found a design flaw, but not a
malfunction with the beta.
Montréal Québec, Canada
On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 11:01:37 p.m. EDT, Chris Murphy
On Wed, Apr 14, 2021 at 1:13 PM Brandon Nielsen <nielsenb(a)jetfuse.net> wrote:
On 4/13/21 9:39 AM, Ben Cotton wrote:
>> 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 desktop.
> Of course, we can always adjust this criterion in the future.
Does that make this a blocker candidate?
Probably more likely this final release criterion:
All system services present after installation with one of the
release-blocking package sets must start properly, unless they require
hardware which is not present.
Somewhat related, is there some mapping of compose test cases to
criterion? Or the inverse? Something like "Failures of test case foo,
bar, and baz may constitute a violation of release criterion qux"?
I'm pretty sure it's all contained to the Basic, Beta, and Final
release criteria pages.
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