On Tue, 2015-01-27 at 14:10 -0800, Adam Williamson wrote:
So for a tl;dr summary, the active proposals are:
1) Add this footnote to the Windows dual-boot criterion: "The
bootloader entry part of this criterion does not apply when Secure
Boot is enabled."
2) Reduce the OS X criterion to "The installer must be able to
install into free space alongside an existing OS X installation,
install and configure a bootloader that will boot Fedora."
3) Add a footnote to the Alpha 'Release-blocking images must boot'
criterion: "For the x86_64 architecture, UEFI with Secure Boot
configured in accordance with Microsoft's Windows certification
requirements is considered a 'commonly found' firmware type."
If anyone has comments on those proposals or really wants to propose
a Linux dual/multi-boot criterion, please go ahead and speak up :)
As no-one seemed opposed to these, I've gone ahead and implemented all
three. Thanks folks!
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