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Re: FESCo Meeting Summary for 20090424



On 04/24/2009 05:40 PM, Jesse Keating wrote:
On Fri, 2009-04-24 at 17:15 -0700, Christopher Aillon wrote:
A compromise works best if both parties are on board.  I don't believe
that the desktop guys will object to the package existing and being
installable if people want.  No CLI needed since we have GUI install
tools.  The objection is with the mandate for it to be installed by
default on the desktop live/install spins.

See, the Desktop team has no say in whether or not a graphical mixer is
available in Fedora.  The middle ground between reverting the mixer
feature all together and leaving at is it is having a graphical mixer
installed by default available in the menus.  That was the compromise.
If the Desktop team really feels like this wasn't a compromise and it
was something mandated and forced, they can raise it to the board level
if they wish.

To make it clearer:

Before today's FESCo meeting:
* The old mixer was removed
* 1 mixer installed by default in the desktop spin.
* The old mixer could not be installed via PK or yum

Today's FESCO Mandate:
* Revive the old mixer
* Ship 2 mixers by default in the desktop spin.

Compromise seems like it would be something along the lines of:
* Revive the old mixer
* 1 mixer installed by default in the desktop spin
* The old mixer can be installed via PK or yum


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