On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 3:16 PM, Michael Cronenworth <mike(a)cchtml.com> wrote:
Elad Alfassa wrote:
> Personally I think having virtualization that works out-of-the-box is an
> excellent selling point and we should keep gnome-boxes (and libvirt) by
Could you provide a reasoning that isn't based on opinion? Based on the WS
PRD and other wiki pages virtualization isn't covered by "providing a
platform for development of various types of applications."
Read use-cases 2 and 3 of the PRD. Virtualization is highlighted there.
I also would bet hard cash that outside a subset of Red Hat customers
use libvirt, most people will not use libvirt. Let's drop the FOSS bias and
Now who's reasoning on opinion?
This is Fedora. We don't drop FOSS bias. If there's a problem with a
FOSS solution, then in theory it gets reported and fixed.
face reality. No offense to the individuals who work on it. If
it's substantial baggage was dropped it would open up room for docs
(GTK2+GTK3 docs are only ~2.5MB each xz compressed) or other packages more
valuable to the WS product's mission.
Space really isn't an issue at the moment.