On Fri, 2015-05-29 at 09:35 -0400, Bastien Nocera wrote:
They wouldn't be buried if we always show the keyboard layout
the live environment.
Even the keyboard layout switcher in the top bar is not really obvious
enough for me.
The idea is that if the user is comfortable using the default
to do the installation, then, presumably, they would also be using
as the system default layout, which can be changed after installation
I think we need a real keyboard layout selection screen that the user
has to pass through, either before starting the installer or as one of
the first steps in the installer. Same for language selection.
Crazy idea: we could reuse gnome-initial-setup for this. It could run
the language and keyboard layout selection, then present the "try OS
live / install OS now" options.