Keyboard layout criterion
awilliam at redhat.com
Tue Jan 15 18:20:04 UTC 2013
On Tue, 2013-01-15 at 18:34 +0100, drago01 wrote:
> > Even if we assume that gets done for F19, we have something like 400+
> > layouts in the installer now. We can fudge the criterion at
> > interpretation time and say 'well it's okay if just one or two really
> > obscure ones are broken' but it might be nice if we could build that
> > into the criterion itself - one of the complaints people have about the
> > process currently is that there are cases where you have to 'know what
> > the criterion really means', and it'd be nice to avoid as many of those
> > as possible going forward.
> How about defining a list of ones that must work? i.e to define what
> "obscure" means.
A hard list feels unwieldy (sorry to be awkward). A simple kludge is the
layouts associated with the languages listed on the welcome screen. Or
the alternative approach is just to try and word a bit of wiggle room
into the way the criterion is written...if you can't think of a way to
do that I can take a cut at it later, maybe...
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