In Fedora 34 the default editor was nano, for Workstation and also for Server. In my latest default F35 Server installation I noticed vim-default-editor was installed.
Did some good soul take pity and bring vim back to us or did something go wrong with my installation?
Again, for everyone's convenience, a brief summary of our IRC meeting right here.
For greater details see meetbot
== Summary: ==
== Full log: ==
=== Follow up actions ===
No outstanding action items
=== Release 37 Beta testing ===
Verified the software raid bug (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2088113) is a release blocker. Not solved yet, but it is already being worked on.
=== Server VM status and the way forward ===
Thanks to @nirik we have a Server VM x86_64 and s390 image in F37 and in Rawhide. It was a kind of last minute rescue after a rather bumpy ride. And thanks to @sgallagh for support in the not so easy way to get the kick-start file done at all.
We will need to review the current experience for its impact on our plan to update the server distribution media. Under the current circumstances, implementation seems quite unrealistic or at least extremely costly and time-consuming.
== Next meeting ==
Fedora Server IRC meeting Wednesday, September 21 17:00 ==UTC==
Agenda probably so far
1.) Using Ansible to install and configure Wildfly
2.) F37 beta testing
3.) Revisiting Fedora Server release criteria
For an overview of test: