[Ambassadors] Formal request for approval of the multi-desktop DVD (Re: Board meeting recap, 2010 10-18)

David Ramsey diamond_ramsey at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 21 05:51:25 UTC 2010

Hello Everyone,

Greetings. :)

The Multi-Desktop DVD sounds wonderful.  I would love to see a prototype, too.  :)

> The list only memtions the Tc, but nether TC1 and TC2 not the fact that
> TC2 does not include live media.
> > >> It is FAR too
> > >> late to be introducing technology that needs to be tested and planned
> > >> for at this stage in the release cycle.
> > > 
> > > The only thing that needs testing is the boot menu. The rest is taken
> > > care of by the normal spins/desktop testing we already do and did.
> > 
> > That's still something that needs testing, needs a testing plan, needs
> > coordination.  Not something that can easily be slapped together in the
> > less than one week since the concept became visible here.
> What is there to test for a boot menu? What would a test plan look like.
> Boot all menu entries and you are done.

I was doing some of the Fedora 14 TC1 Testing for Desktop and Installation.  :)

The "Test Results:Fedora 14 Final TC1 Desktop" -


I do not know if the Release Level Column labeled as "Final" would be useful to see for "Desktop, KDE, Xfce, and LXDE."


Also, I look forward to contributing and seeing how the Fedora 14 Final RC Testing goes myself.  :)

Category:Fedora 14 Final RC Test Results -


Test Results:Fedora 14 Final RC1 Desktop -


Test Results:Fedora 14 Final RC1 Install -



Sending positive Fedora 13 and Fedora 14 energy to your computer now.  :v)

Please have a great day and/or evening! :~)

Thank You



- David -


David Ramsey



Even monkeys fall from trees.

Even experts make mistakes.


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