On Wed, 3 Jun 2015 14:29:25 -0400
Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
On Wed, Jun 03, 2015 at 02:21:42PM -0400, Miloslav Trmač wrote:
> So, to be explicit:
> <FESCo hat on>
> The spin description, and spin contents, need to be put in line, so
> that users installing the spin will get what they will expect to get
> by reading the description; either by changing the description to
> more precisely match the limited amount of what the spin currently
> does, or by changing the scope to match the fairly ambitious
> </FESCo hat on>
I don't want to use a fairly strong, evocative name like "Fedora
Netizen" for something which actually has much less-ambitious contents
and scope — no matter the description (which is inevitably seen
later). So, I would currently be -1 to a trademark request.
I'd like to add here that I personally like the idea around this spin,
but I would want it to live up to that idea. Just providing a
collection of privacy packages installed by default is great, but it's
not going to lead to a good experience or meet users expectations.
Ideally it would not only install those packages, but configure them to
a default to privacy setup. Additionally making some other changes from
default desktop settings to do that as well. This is something that
could be done in the spin %post or the like (all the other spins setup
various config there), or perhaps in a seperate package like a
'netizen-privacy' that makes those changes.
So, you not only include say tor, but you setup the browser to use it
by default, etc.