On Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 9:04 PM Adam Williamson <adamwill@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
"The boot menu for all release-blocking installer and live images
should include an entry which causes both installation and the
installed system to use a generic, highly compatible video driver (such
as 'vesa')."

Maybe change "causes" to "attempts", so that it's clear it has to do something (e.g. add a kernel cmdline option), but the thing doesn't have to succeed ("causes" sounds to me like a successful attempt). But perhaps that's just me not being a native speaker, though.

i.e. remove the second sentence (and change 'supported' to 'release-
blocking' - that is a better form of words that should have been used
all along).

At Final we would add this requirement:

"The generic video driver option ('basic graphics mode') on all
release-blocking installer and live images must function as intended
(launching the installer or desktop and attempting to use a generic
driver), and there must be no bugs that clearly prevent the installer
or desktop from being reached in this configuration on all systems or
on wide classes of hardware."

Here I'd probably remove "attempting" in favor of a stricter "using a generic driver". But even your version sounds ok.