Remaining issues for the multi desktop DVD
Jared K. Smith
jsmith at fedoraproject.org
Thu Jan 13 21:23:07 UTC 2011
On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 2:56 PM, Tom Callaway <tcallawa at redhat.com> wrote:
> * Proposed media artwork for the Multi-Desktop DVD
> * Proposed media-sleeve artwork for the Multi-Desktop DVD
I've offered to do the text on the sleeves explaining the process of
how to choose your preferred desktop environment, but that depends on
have a technical decision made regarding the boot menu.
> * Screenshots of Boot Screens for the Multi-Desktop DVD
> * Documented sign-off from Fedora Release Engineering that they are
> willing, ready and able to generate the images for the Multi-Desktop DVD
I've already talked to Dennis regarding this. He's taken a first stab
at the script in the multiboot-media-creator, doesn't anticipate any
problems with it, but will be doing additional testing from Australia
as soon as possible.
> * Documented sign-off from Fedora Quality Assuarance that they have
> received and approved a QA test plan for the Multi-Desktop DVD and have
> reviewed that the test plan was executed without issue.
We've already talked to Adam about this -- it shouldn't be much of a
concern, as we're using existing ISOs that have already had their QA
work done. The final piece that needs to be tested is the boot menu
> * A list of the SRPMs used in the creation of the Multi-Desktop ISO
> image (in this case, a collation of the list of SRPMs that make up each
> incorporated spin would be sufficient)
Is this really a requirement? Isn't it enough to say "We used these
five ISOs from Fedora, and this script to generate the DVD ISO"? To
be honest, this just sounds like busy work to me.
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