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Old 03-22-2012, 05:11 PM
Dennis Gilmore
 
Default Soliciting Infrastructure feedback on Fedora ARM primary arch proposal

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Hi everybody.

This Monday FESCo did an initial review of the ARM team's ARM PA Feature
proposal. As part of that review, they requested we get in touch with
affected groups including Infrastructure. What we need is to get
feedback on what's been written and what still needs to be written as
it pertains to Infrastructure. I know we have had some brief
discussions already but id like to get everything together in one place
to make sure we capture all of the requirements from infra, and that we
have a workable, scalable, manageable solution. I do realise some of
its a bit hard right now as we are not 100% sure how the hardware will
look and work in practice.

The feature page in question is:

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/FedoraARM

As you might have already ready on devel@, this is a work in
progress and has some known deficits. We'll keep updating it based on
the feedback we receive until we have a plan that works for all the
stakeholders. If you have some feedback that you haven't already
shared on devel@, or that you want to share again because it's really
important and infra related please reply to this message and let us
know.

Thanks!
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