On Thu, 2012-06-21 at 05:20 -0400, Kamil Paral wrote:
> How about...
> * The live images must properly support mounting and using a
> storage overlay for the entire system and/or one for the /home
> partition, if such an overlay or overlays have been correctly written
> the medium from which the image is booted
> Does that better encapsulate that we require the images to work
> wrt persistent overlay, but the tools can be fixed post-release?
+1. Maybe "USB live images", to be clear that CD images don't support
There's no such thing as a 'USB live image'; the image is the .iso, it
can be written to anything. I considered the USB part to be implicit in
the second clause - you can only 'correctly write' an overlay to a
USB-ish medium, after all, and it has the advantage of still being
correct if some other type of medium that supports overlay shows up in
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