On Mon, 2012-08-06 at 10:27 -0400, clumens(a)redhat.com wrote:
> I'm not sure the change is really necessary...the text says
> supported interfaces'. If what's officially 'supported' for newUI
> graphical, VNC and possibly text, then the criterion is correct without
Seems like we're splitting hairs here but sure.
The criteria are pretty much about splitting hairs, correctly =)
> Practically speaking I read the criterion as meaning that all
> interfaces must work. So the onus here is really on the anaconda team to
> do something fairly simple - don't allow users to trigger any modes that
> won't work. Only the working modes should be exposed via any kind of UI
> choice, kernel parameter, kickstart parameter etc: none of those things
> should let you kick off an installation using an interface that won't
> work. CCing clumens for that.
Right now if you try to do a non-graphical installation method, the
install halts with a message saying only graphical is supported. With
the work going on with text mode right now, I'm not likely to do
anything more to block people from doing text mode. It looks like
that'll just be wasted effort before too much longer.
Sure - it doesn't really need to be consistent 100% of the time
throughout the cycle, just it'd be good to be consistent at least at the
time of Beta and Final releases. Alpha is more a 'bonus points'
situation. And the current situation as described above sounds good
enough to me per the existing criteria in any case. Thanks.
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