On 10/28/19 11:33, Ben Cotton wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 7:11 AM Kamil Paral <kparal(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> I guess the proposed criterion should get adjusted per our latest discussion in blocker review meeting, i.e. this one:
>> 16:28:24 <adamw> #agreed 1755898 - AcceptedBlocker (Final) - per list and meeting discussion of bcotton's proposed criterion, we agree in principle to block on modifier key toggling working well and consistently throughout the system, but not on the light state being correct (as that is difficult to guarantee). consequently the 'shell and apps behave differently' portion of this is accepted
> Based on this, I am presenting a modified proposal:
> == Keyboard toggle keys ==
> For all release-blocking desktops, the Caps Lock and Num Lock keys
> must correctly toggle the relevant behavior for the desktop and all
The only potential issue I see is that the indicator lights are not
mentioned. Some people might assume that this text means the lights must
work correctly also. This could result in a continuing string of bug
It may be worthwhile to state that the toggle state may not be correctly
represented by the light state.
I understand that saying (what seems to be an obvious failure) is
acceptable is a problem.
This one may hang around to haunt us for many Halloweens to come.
Have a Great Day!
I recently read this Forbes article on XFCE being larger than KDE.
The article itself admits it isn't very scientific. And the little
scientist in me is screaming.
My biggest issue is that they used completely different distributions
to test each desktop.
Anyway, and idea for an Fedora article. Do a scientific comparison of
memory usage of the different desktops. Not just KDE, and XFCE, but
at least all the desktops we have "groups" for. Possibly even compare
all 40+ desktops we have.
Does that sound like something that would be good in the Fedora Magazine?
 - https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2019/10/23/bold-prediction-kd...
Ryan, looks like F31 is on for this coming Tuesday release. Do you have
time to do a quick "What's New in F31 Workstation" article and image?
Also, if you could do a F31 release image that'd be great. I should be able
to help out with a couple of the others.
I am thinking that the Audacious music player, which I have been using for a while and know and love many of its features, would make for a good mag article.
Let me know what you think and I can come up with a draft of a sizeable good article on Audacious for a time gap that is available for publishing articles.