My $0.02 is that none of the reasons we requested the blocker criterion
have changed. Dual boot with macOS is very important to attracting new
users -- we're explicitly targeting macOS users, that's the user group
where we think we have real potential for significant growth -- and I
continue to prefer we block the release indefinitely if it's not
working. We can't afford for our next Ars review to say "the installer
is broken, try again next year."
On Fri, 2016-11-11 at 00:34 -0800, Adam Williamson wrote:
We could, I suppose, try to get a few Mac users to look into testing
VMs on their Macs. But beyond that we need people with 'burner' Macs,
and there aren't very many of them. We (Fedora QA) have just one old
You work for a multibillion dollar corporation where the QA team cannot
afford to buy a laptop?