"Workstation" Product defaults to wide-open firewall

Ian Malone ibmalone at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 08:53:37 UTC 2014

On 10 December 2014 at 00:43, Bastien Nocera <bnocera at redhat.com> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> On 9 December 2014 at 13:47, Matthew Miller <mattdm at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>> > On Tue, Dec 09, 2014 at 01:11:33PM +0000, Ian Malone wrote:
>> >> > have a proposal for a new spin focused on privacy and security — the
>> >> > Netizen Spin. (If you're interested, I think that could use additional
>> >> > contributors.)
>> >> I was under the impression spins were to be phased out. I could be
>> >> wrong, the discussion was about the time of the product proposal.
>> >
>> > That's wrong; the clear outcome of that discussion was that we want to
>> > keep them, and provide more flexiblity and opportunity for spins
>> > maintainers as well.
>> >
>> Well that's some good news to come out of this at least.
>> > Everyone knows that there are improvements to be made, but it's _not_
>> > an easy problem. Contributions are welcome towards making that better
>> > for F22 and beyond. (Use cases. Design mockups. Code....)
>> >
>> Rather time poor at the moment and not a gnome developer
>> unfortunately. Does rather sound like things like rygel need fixed,
>> but as I have no intention of ever using it I'm not highly motivated
>> to do something about it.
> Just like Reindl you make the mistake of thinking that rygel needs to be fixed
> or that it's the only service impacted by this scheme. It's not, and it was
> pointed out in earlier mails.

You're sniping at me now, and making assumptions. So I get to do this,
please read the fedora code of conduct and be awesome!

I have skimmed the links you listed. Like I said, time poor. I see no
explanation of why rygel needs a random port or why it cannot supply
that information to firewalld. The same goes for any others that have
random ports.


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