On Thu, 2007-08-02 at 07:51 -0400, David Zeuthen wrote:
By having a much tighter focus we need to revisit some our goals.
Just for historical background of a few of these (not saying we
shouldn't revisit them, but so everyone starts on the same page so to
This includes goals like "is it important it fits on CD
Feedback from non-US/non-European based locales is that CD media is
still very important. The fact that the "Fedora spin" is DVD only gets
a reasonable amount of flak, but it tends to be deflected with "go use
the live CD" :)
"should we include all locales or have regional variants",
Regional variants implies a need for more storage and more testing time.
That's the historical thinking anyway
"do we support multi-lib out of the box".
The processor vendors are *huge* fans of this and users _who take
advantage of it_ are also. The argument is that without the 32bit-ness
available and there with no intervention needed, you might as well
switch to a different arch altogether.