Thanks for bringing this up.
One way to fix that would be to bring them back -- essentially go
to producing the images we offered before. That doesn't mean we need
to advertise them on the website, though.
I think we do need to advertise them. Otherwise I don't see how else
are users supposed to find them. If we only advertise live media for
workstation, most users will simply download and try that and they'd
be annoyed by lack of express installation option for an OS on which
they are likely using Boxes.
Besides, I really don't see a good use case for not advertising these
media. As I pointed out to Christian yesterday, we have plenty of free
space on the right side here for just one more ISO link:
in comparison the server's download page looks more complete:
What are the other alternatives for fixing?
As you can see on the discussion on the bug you linked in your mail, I
was told that it'd be good if Boxes/libosinfo could support express
install through netiso. I've spend quite a lot of hours getting that
to work. The final set of patches that will actually make it work
are pending review on libosinfo list. However we still have some
issues that I can't fix on my end:
1. There is still no plan to advertise an F22 workstation or generic
2. Live media (that is advertised) does not support kickstar AFAIKt:
. This isn't really
an issue if #1 is resolved.
Zeeshan Ali (Khattak)
Befriend GNOME: http://www.gnome.org/friends/
 That included adding new mechanism in libosinfo to identify media
through volume-size since we won't even ensure unique volume IDs on
every ISO, a standard good practice even followed by certain big
proprietary companies famous for not following standards (Yes, I'm
ranting but I've been very patient about this until now).