starting Fedora Server SIG

Seth Vidal skvidal at
Thu Nov 13 17:10:07 UTC 2008

On Thu, 13 Nov 2008, Enrico Scholz wrote:
>> If we don't have a good default course of action, why do you think the
>> user is going to know better?
> Why do you think, that 'yum' knows which choice is the best one? E.g. the
> 'plymouth' case shows that the wrong decision was taken and that the user
> would have made the right one.

But we still have to have a good default for the -y case. We can't stop 
and prompt when they've passed -y.

>> If we do have a good default course of action, why are we prompting
>> the user?
> How do you define/configure a "good default course"? Prompting is
> probably easier to implement than such a logic.

Except we have to have a default. -y and non-interactive installs require 


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