On Sunday, 08 April 2018 at 11:05, Peter Robinson wrote:
> * Brainstorming (sgallagh, 20:07:36)
> * Feedback: Fedora Server has too short a lifecycle (sgallagh,
> * Feedback: Fedora Server should be more minimalistic (sgallagh,
> * Feedback: SELinux needs better usability (sgallagh, 20:08:35)
> * Feedback: Support OpenCL (sgallagh, 20:08:36)
What does that even mean? OpenCL on it's own is basically useless
without particular frameworks on top of it that enable it to be
useful. Like most other hardware features just enabling it doesn't
often make it useful, eg an ethernet NIC on it's own isn't very useful
with out say a full IP stack on top.
If a "compute node" can be considered a valid use case for Fedora Server,
then there are quite a few scientific applications supporting OpenCL.
> * Feedback: Easy "home media server" would be nice
TBH I think that's quite a divergence from a typical "enterprise
server" that the Server SIG has targetted.
FWIW, I'm using Fedora for this scenario.
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