Comments and Questions Below:
On Wednesday, April 27, 2022 2:43:26 AM (-04:00), Peter Boy wrote:
I’ve just updated the Product Requirement Document on our Working
Group page as decided last IRC meeting
wait about an hour until the pages get the updates).
Additionally I’ve put a renewed and extended version of the installation guide on staging
Any comments very much appreciated.
I read through the whole of
I got a little lost in the partitioning section, but I don't believe it is the fault
of the documentation, but instead my lack of experience and understanding of LVM and other
partitioning schemes and methods. I'm planning to reread for the benefit of my own
personal learning. Over all I really appreciated the job that everyone did on this
document, I would like to see it published. It is well written and a good doc to read to
think through how a server install should be thought differently from a workstation
I did wonder about one issue. I noticed that this document links to a few docs from F35,
will we be able to make a quick change when F36 is released to refer to what I imagine
will be the same docs or slightly revised pages for F36 docs?
Ceterum censeo The voting on our new members is running! This time
everyone of us ==has to act==, not just passively watching and raising the hand in case of
PLEASE, spend the half minute to vote ad https://pagure.io/fedora-server/issue/67
down and add a comment with your vote)
Since, I'm on the ballot for acceptance into the WG, I don't feel comfortable
voting, but I truly appreciate the time people have taken to vote, and all of the work
that some of the those on the ballot have contributed to F36 already.
Sorry, I missed the discussion of about dropping BIOS booting support in F37. If the
Server WG is discussing this on https://discussion.fedoraproject.org
let me know, I will
add my 2 cents as someone who works with Fedora in the home lab and not in a professional
or academic setting.