lately we've been looking into why some of the spokes are hidden for
Workstation and some not for Silverblue. The reason for that was that there
is a special configuration file that is created in the Workstation
kickstart file, that hides some of the spokes, that are being handled by
GNOME Initial Setup. We should create that file for Silverblue as well -
probably in post script of the compose. When I first proposed that in
the #silverblue, then Dusty Mabe replied, that the Silverblue is already
using the Workstation installation class, so the system should be reworked
to take that into account. The Anaconda developer Vendula Poncová came with
the proposed solution, where the /data/product.d/ configuration files
are used to hide the spokes. Our particular problem is solved by the commit
. The nice thing about the new solution is that it allows us to drop the
entry from the Workstation's kickstart file and have the configuration
united on one place in the Anaconda repository.
Does anyone has anything to share about the proposed solution?
 - https://pagure.io/workstation-ostree-config/blob/master/f/post.sh
 - https://github.com/rhinstaller/anaconda/pull/1981
I recently started using Fedora flatpak remote in Fedora 30 Silverblue,
but now I'm facing issue with GPG verification.
I didn't had any issue when installing the application from the remote
few days ago, but when I'm trying to do `flatpak update` I'm getting
"Error: Can't pull from untrusted non-gpg verified remote"
Why the flatpak remote is not GPG signed? Or is there another issue?
P.S.: I sent the same message to Fedora devel mailing list, but because
there is no response I'm sending it also to Fedora desktop mailing list.