On Apr 19, 2012, at 3:24 PM, Camilo Mesias wrote:
On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 4:16 AM, Matthias Clasen
> No, it is not. I've said so the first time, and I have not changed my
> opinion. Make it a notification.
All this discussion is obscuring the original problem. Although a
notification is easy, if it is dismissed, it fails as a method to
start an install. So it's inferior to a dedicated button.
Also, I think the use cases are inaccurate... Install would normally
be only after seeing that the basic desktop / networking /
suspend-resume was working properly. So I see several use cases: use
livecd for some activity; use for testing followed by install; and
more rarely, install immediately. A notification or popup at login
time is only really a good fit for the immediate install use case.
In effect it may necessitate a reboot to get that notification back, in order to know how
to install? That's user hostile, in my book. The notification would be nice, although
perhaps superfluous, in addition to the button. But it's inadequate in lieu of the