> What about offering liveusb-creator at the first place instead of ISO?
Actually, this might be a great idea. Not "instead", but if we provided two buttons instead of one:
[Download DVD image] [Download USB installer]
people would immediately saw the difference. If they were after USB installation media, they wouldn't download a DVD image and then wonder what to do with it (as they do now), no, they would immediately click the second button. Our USB installer is already capable of both reusing an existing image and downloading a fresh one, so this goes well hand in hand. And the page serving you the file could be tailored to the particular method, so DVD download would show you basic DVD burning instructions, while USB installer download would show you basic USB conversion instructions.
Mairin, I guess you're the best person to talk about fp.o design, what do you think? (Please read the start of this thread). Thanks.
If you haven't notice it yet, PHP 5.6.0 is now GA.
Packages already built and available for F21+
As with httpd 2.4.10 and php 5.6.0, php-fpm now works out of the box, it
make sense to give user the choice between mod_php and php-fpm.
Usually a webapp (which provide configuration for Apache) use
Requires: httpd mod_php
It can now use, instead:
Requires: httpd php(httpd)
Or even (if you want to drop dependency on Apache, but this will very
probably won't work out of the box, as other webserver will require some
Requires: webserver php(httpd) httpd-filesystem
(httpd-filesystem required for configuration directory ownership)
Tests and feedback welcome.
Good Morning everyone!
In the version 1.13 of pkgdb2 a new API endpoint has been added that just
provide the list of pending ACL requests:
I just wanted to share with you the first line of its output:
# Number of requests pending: 5492
Now I do realize that the branching that occured yesterday is blowing up this
number compared to yesterday, but please be careful to log in pkgdb2 once a
while and check out the pending ACL requests requiring your attention.
Note: Since the same pkgdb2 release, there is a small notification showing-up
and informing you about any pending ACL requests requiring your attention every
time you log in the application :)
Hi, folks! Sorry for the late notice, but better late than never. Amita
mentioned this on Tuesday, but I figured a proper announcement mail
Today (that is, 2014-08-28) is GNOME Test Day!
We’ll be testing GNOME 3.14 pre-release on Fedora 21 pre-Alpha, so I
expect everything will work absolutely perfectly and no-one will find
any bugs at all ;)
But seriously! Come on down and test, there are lots of fun new features
in GNOME 3.14 to try and both GNOME and Fedora teams could definitely
use some exercise on the new bits that’ll be included. We have
brand-spanking-new nightly live images for i686 and x86_64, and even an
ARM image if you’re that one person with hardware capable of running
GNOME Shell on ARM. Wayland is actually in more-or-less usable shape for
Intel video adapters now, so if you have an Intel-based system you can
even give that a try!
The wiki page has full instructions, and we’re using the handy test day
results reporting system so you don’t have to hand-edit results into
wiki pages, that’s so 2012. Friendly folks – both QA folks and GNOME
developers – will be standing by all day European and North American
time in #fedora-test-day on Freenode IRC to help you out with testing
and discuss any bugs you come across. If you don’t know how to use IRC,
you can read the instructions, or just use WebIRC. Please come by
and help out if you have a few spare minutes! Thanks.
Fedora QA Community Monkey
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As the Fedora 21 schedule states the Alpha change freeze is upon
us and we have a confidence in delivering RC composes. As we are now at
the change freeze bodhi will be enabled for f21 tomorrow morning US
Time. It means all builds will now need an update created and as we are
at Alpha freeze only accepted exceptions will be allowed in.
we are at the pre beta stage of release, so the Pre-beta stage of the
updates policy applies
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