On 11/04/2015 02:47 PM, Clive Messer wrote:
Maybe it is time, at least for ARM platform, to look at
"has to be upstream first" policy. This is hurting Fedora to the point
of making it irrelevant on ARM. You either are supporting the popular
consumer hardware that people are actually buying and using, (like Pi
and Odroid on 32 bit, or the 2x consumer 96boards on 64 bit), or the
ARM version of your OS is irrelevant to the majority of actual people
who would otherwise be trying/using it.
Well, you could make exactly the same observation to the upstream
kernel and installer developers. It helps no-one to maintain a fork
with a bunch of platform-specific kludges.