On 28 May 2015 at 11:21, Nadim Kobeissi <nadim(a)nadim.computer> wrote:
1: My understanding is that tlp ships with a default configuration
without any modification, will enable reasonable settings for power saving.
I think what the kernel is providing is reasonable, from a regression
/ feature point of view. I agree some of the kconfig options could be
modified in a few cases, although this is the pain when we have a
single kernel for all the different products.
then the Fedora package can modify these defaults accordingly
while keeping the things we like and consider safe.
Do you think that the average user with a clicking sound card or disk
corruption when suspending would be able to make the link to this new
We shouldn't inhibit
progressively better Fedora user experience until the kernel is perfect;
this would mean years of waiting for regular users.
We shouldn't paper over the cracks. I've seen that again and again and
it just stops being maintainable after a few years.