Mathieu Bridon (bochecha) wrote:
The example content is meant to serve several purposes:
- Make the desktop spin more useful, e.g. to ambassadors
- the 1-page release notes pdf that was debuted for F12
To be truely useful for ambassadords, we'd need a localized version
Which means we'll have to regenerate the ISO anyway with our own kickstart.
Anyway, that's a great idea, but what about computers that can't boot
on USB? We see a lot of them (most of them?) in release parties, will
an alternate image be composed that will fit on a CD (even if it's not
marketed any more as THE desktop spin) ?
For Sugar on a Stick, we've been using a hacked up image which could be
burned to a CD and included not much more than the isolinux contents.
When booting from the CD while having your USB key plugged in, it was
still able to boot. But still: really hack-ish and probably not really
recommendable (just sayin').
Oh, and Matthias, it's really a cool plan to move into this direction!
We've been following such a distribution model obviously for the
(Fedora-based) Sugar on a Stick, too. Would be interesting to see and
probably work together on issues that arise, if any.
Mathieu Bridon (bochecha)
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