Enhancing Our Fedora 13 Release Criteria

Christopher Beland beland at alum.mit.edu
Tue Nov 24 07:02:50 UTC 2009


currently includes as release criteria:

"13. Rescue mode does not start properly and detect/mount a default
14. Rescue mode does not detect/mount RAID/LVM/dmraid/mdraid

Are these meant to say *does*?

Does the "All applications" in #19 refer to only .desktop applications
like #18?  And are both of these referring to the Desktop LiveCD, or
what you get when you accept the defaults in Anaconda, or what you get
when you install Everything?

This page also includes the criterion:

"20. Menus sanity: All items have icons"

When I filed this bug against Fedora 12:


Matthias Clasen said this applies only to "applications".  It's unclear
to me why (last time I checked) Help doesn't have an icon, but other
system-y programs do.  I'm also not sure where or why the decision was
made to suppress icons for submenus (doesn't look as nice to me, but
perhaps it helps distinguish programs from submenus) but clearly
whatever policy exists needs to be harmonized with the release criteria.


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