On 11/07/2013 08:22 PM, Miloslav Trmač wrote:
On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 3:25 PM, Simo Sorce <simo(a)redhat.com>
> I came into this thinking we wee going to build a Server oriented
> distribution on top of the core, but since yesterday's meeting I am not
> so sure that is the goal anymore, it seem people want to do specialized
> sub-server 'products' (whatever that means, and I agree with mizmo it's
> a confusing term to use).
> I really would like some more clarity of goals for each WG.
I think we basically "own the server space for Fedora", and how
exactly we decide to cover it is up to us. If the our plan is not
clear, or there is a disagreement, let's keep talking and get it
From my point of view, the "specialized products" / "featured
application stacks" view means that we want to achieve more
inter-package integration and more common functionality, than a
"server oriented distribution" typically does, and in particular more
than Fedora has been doing.
Agreed if we dont do that and leave things as they are there is no point
in continue this effort
And the talk about products seems to reflect an implicit consensus
get there one "application stack" at a time, rather than to cover all
applications from the start, and add one distribution-wide feature at
a time to all applications.
Agreed but before we start on the application stack we need to decide
which tools and api should be on the server platform itself.