On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 8:50 PM, Chris Murphy <lists(a)colorremedies.com> wrote:
On Jul 23, 2014, at 3:52 PM, Colin Walters <walters(a)verbum.org> wrote:
> Trying to get ahead of the Change process this time =)
> I'd like to move Atomic under the Server WG as I feel it's a more
> appropriate home for Fedora 22, with the increased scope to bare metal
> installation. (Really it crosses both as Atomic should run in all the
> clouds that mainline does, but I see Cloud as a specialization of Server
> I started a Change page here:
> Comments (and improvements to the Change proposal) are appreciated.
Is the eventual idea that Fedora Atomic will be a separate product, or will it be a
sub-product/variant of Server (or Server and Cloud) that merely differs in how it gets
Where does this leave the Roller Derby project? Does it merge with Fedora Atomic, or does
it go away, or does it leverage a dnf plug-in approach in contrast to an rpm-ostree
Where does this leave Workstation? Its PRD lists a "Better upgrade/rollback
control" requirement. And its tech spec says "gnome-software will use PackageKit
with the hawkey backend". Since Server PRD and TC don't have an equivalent to
this, it's curious that the one project explicitly intended to do what the Workstation
PRD requires, is moving under the Server umbrella.
Longer term we probably should use it for everything once interaction
with packages is improved (not sure what the current state is but
Colin has been working on it).