The general problem with this is that everyone got their own set of 'can't live
For example I know that Linus Torvalds got 3 GNOME Shell extensions he feels he can't
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,
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
----- Original Message -----
> From: alxgrtnstrngl(a)gmail.com
> To: desktop(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Sent: Friday, December 2, 2016 3:16:08 PM
> Subject: Re: third-party repos (design and process) [was Re: Gnome-shell extenstions
> > On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 08:06:09AM +0000, Richard Hughes wrote:
> > I see we have "Source: extensions.gnome.org" in the search results
> > listing. The fact that Ryan isn't sure what that means might
> > indicate that we should go back to the designs and see if we can
> > strengthen this. I think there might be some confusion with "source"
> > and "project upstream".
> > In any case, this is a third party software repository. It seems like a
> > pretty sensible one to include, but we should go through the process at
> > and this seems like a good opportunity to use the practical example to
> > finalize the draft and to clear up some of the highlighted questions
> > and TBDs remaining in the document.
> Would it be possible to add a spoke in the Anaconda installer for Fedora
> Workstation so I could install and enable certain extensions from the
> beginning? There are some extensions I can't live without like "move clock
> to the right". I just feel like it's the "workstation way" to have
> installed and enabled from the start rather than having to manually set
> things up later.
> Alex G.S.
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