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  1. That is not how open source development works. ...

    That is not how open source development works. Someone spends time developing a game and proposing it for inclusion as part of GNOME. Telling them no will not magically add any improvements to...
  2. The proposal itself comes from one of the largest...

    The proposal itself comes from one of the largest upstream developers of systemd and the Fedora maintainer. So this isn't upstream vs non-upstream but a discussion between fellow upstream...
  3. That is not surprising since Alex who wrote the...

    That is not surprising since Alex who wrote the GNOME sandboxing code is a major contributor to Docker. This is built on similar underlying kernel features with desktop specific metadata and Wayland...
  4. The general principle is the default position. ...

    The general principle is the default position. You admit that the system choosing the options is better and that is backed up by extensive research. So the onus is upon you to show that there is a...
  5. There is a very large amount of research done on...

    There is a very large amount of research done on the impact of exposing more decision points on usability

    http://uxmyths.com/post/712569752/myth-more-choices-and-features-result-in-higher-satisfac
  6. http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0394/ was...

    http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0394/ was written in part to address that question because Arch did something no other distribution would really do. Fedora was involved in this PEP and follows...
  7. That seems silly. Red Hat is one of the earliest...

    That seems silly. Red Hat is one of the earliest adopters of Python and has gone as fast as it could have considering that its packaging, build tools and the installer is written in Python. This is...
  8. Do you understand that what you are proposing...

    Do you understand that what you are proposing here is EXACTLY what the proposal already is? Fedora does NOT intend to change /usr/bin/python to point to python 3 at all. Read it.
  9. Not really. Fedora up until this releaase has...

    Not really. Fedora up until this releaase has never really aimed to do a strict time based release schedule. The schedule was always considered flexible to strike a balance between time and...
  10. This is answered in the proposal. Unless you add...

    This is answered in the proposal. Unless you add another user, root won't be disabled.
  11. That's conflating unrelated issues and in any...

    That's conflating unrelated issues and in any case, only applies to the Fedora Workstation product.

    In the case of ssh, major distributions have always permitted root login by default because a...
  12. Do whatever you are comfortable with. If you...

    Do whatever you are comfortable with. If you think bash+zenity is a good way to do it, noone is stopping you but IMO, a simple GUI application with built-in error handling and multi threading is...
  13. I guess you didn't read the post? "I spent...

    I guess you didn't read the post?

    "I spent last night writing a GNOME application to duplicate a ton of USB devices. I looked at mdcp, Clonezilla and also just writing something loopy in bash,...
  14. A simple cp doesn't do what this program does. ...

    A simple cp doesn't do what this program does. When we are in trade-shows and we have to write dozens of USB disks, running cp isn't efficient since it is not multi-threaded.
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    Mir isn't a fork of Wayland however. Neither Mir...

    Mir isn't a fork of Wayland however. Neither Mir nor Wayland is a product and never will be. You can however build products that use Wayland protocol and you probably tried one of them though your...
  16. It could be but features in the kernel aren't...

    It could be but features in the kernel aren't enabled by default unless there is some leg work done to convince the Fedora kernel developers. Eric has outlined what could look like
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  17. Essentially they still don't. Having said that,...

    Essentially they still don't. Having said that, something being used by millions of devices requires some level of pragmatic compromises.
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    spins.fedoraproject.org is listed right there in...

    spins.fedoraproject.org is listed right there in the release announcement.
  19. A proprietary and commercial tool for Canonical...

    A proprietary and commercial tool for Canonical customers doesn't fix the problem for general Linux users. It needs to be open source and usable across major distributions for wider adoption.
  20. Adam addressed the other points already but I...

    Adam addressed the other points already but I wanted to note that this example isn't really a good one. Fedora contributors have been working on migrating a number of tools over the last several...
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