The general problem with this is that everyone got their own set of 'can't live without' extensions.he general problem with this is that everyone got their own set of 'can't live without' extensions.
For example I know that Linus Torvalds got 3 GNOME Shell extensions he feels he can't live without.
And I think that trying to add a generic 'add any extensions you want' UI to the installer seems like
the wrong thing to do and adding a lot of 'risk' and complexity to the installer, especially
as we have been wanting to streamline the installer experience, not expand it.
Finally if we succeed in continuously improving our upgrade experience the amount of times you or anyone
else should need to do a fresh install and thus lose your extensions should hopefully be quickly
Doesn't the upgrade scenario imply a "no-regression" on the part of GS extensions?
Is this something we we can really claim, given that mutter (or whatever the GNOME compositor will be called), sooner or later, is going to have to move to the gsk?
BTW, this is a genuine question, as it's not clear to me either way:)