On 12/20/2012 05:21 AM, Kevin Kofler wrote:
As the KDE SIG, we don't feel strongly about it. We have always recommended
installing from the KDE live image (which gets you a KDE-only system too),
and IMHO that should still be the recommendation.
Personally, I think this way of presenting things is quite silly, but still,
it is an improvement over previous UIs where you had no viable desktop
selection at all. (You were able to check the desktops' groups, but all the
application groups were defaulting to GNOME apps and GNOME was also checked
But after one proceeds with the default, how does one install more
packages off the DVD? Mairin Duffy says in the bug report
) that Fedora
packagekit supported automatically recognizing of install DVD since
2009! I've never found this feature and after this,
I installed F18 in a virtual machine and there is no such feature.
As KDE SIG, shouldn't we be concerned about how an ordinary user who
selected the *default* DE during install can get KDE from the DVD?