Adam Jackson wrote:
One thing we might have to play by ear is the interaction with
drivers. The nvidia legacy driver, for instance, does not always have
builds available for arbitrarily new servers, which means updating the X
server might change you to an nvidia driver that no longer supports your
hardware. Depending on how severe that cutoff is, it might be cause to
pin a particular Fedora release at a given server version. I don't
think this is presently a problem, but it could be in the future.
IMHO, we should not let proprietary drivers hold us hostage that way. We do
not and should not support them. We don't even ship them. So we should just
upgrade X if the software we ship is ready for it. If some proprietary
driver breaks, its users get to keep the pieces.