catanzaro added a new comment to an issue you are following:
I guess if values are manually-calculated, then rounding up isn't so important unless
we pass the 2.0 GB barrier.
Anyway, whoever calculated the sizes indeed accidentally converted from MB to MiB. E.g.
622 (actual size of 64-bit netinstall) MB = 593 MiB (the advertised size). We should
provide the values in GB/MB, of course.
64 Bit workstation live ISO: advertised 1.8GB, actually 1,931,476,992 bytes -> should
advertise 1.9 GB (or 2.0 GB if we round up)
32-bit workstation live ISO: advertised 1.6GB, actually 1,889,533,952 bytes -> should
advertise 1.9 GB
64-bit netinstall image: advertised 593MB, actually 621,805,568 bytes -> should
advertise 622 MB
32-bit netinstall image: advertised 536MB, actually 576,716,800 bytes -> should
advertise 577 MB
64-bit Silverblue image: advertised 2.0GB, actually 2,112,880,640 bytes -> should
advertise 2.1 GB (or 2.2 GB if we round up)
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