On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 6:02 AM, Jaroslav Reznik
> ----- Original Message -----
>> Adam Williamson (awilliam(a)redhat.com) said:
>> > I've had an entry on my todo list _forever_ to complete the
>> > 'deliverables SOP' I started several releases ago:
>> > https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Adamwill/Draft_releng_SOP_deliverables
>> > (I don't really like the current layout, I was planning on revising
>> > The addition of a new arch with quite a pile of 'supported images'
>> > would certainly raise the priority of having such a thing. (We're
>> > already hitting a problem with our *current* primary arches in this
>> > area, though, in that the status of the multi-live, multi-arch and
>> > cloud/appliance images is rather unclear).
>> Plus, in relation to this - the llvmpipe issue brings up that one of
>> the 'release blocking desktops' *does not work*. This would, by
>> block the release unless we intend to have different criteria for ARM as a
>> primary arch.
> I don't see a problem with different set of blocking desktops for ARM, even
> as primary architecture. But it's really about resources - do we have people
> willing to work for example on LXDE (I'd say more resources friendly for
> current ARMs) - not saying there are no people, but more to support it as
> blocking desktop, if QA would be able to validate three desktops on two
> different platforms... And as we try to avoid "default" world in Fedora
> let's have LXDE "default" in some cases.
Is LXDE considered a release blocking desktop? I honestly don't know.
No. The release blocking desktops are KDE and GNOME. This is stated in
the preamble of all release criteria pages, for lack of anywhere better
to state it.
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