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Re: Enhancing Our Fedora 13 Release Criteria



On Tue, 2009-11-24 at 02:02 -0500, Christopher Beland wrote:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Final_Release_Criteria
> 
> currently includes as release criteria:
> 
> "13. Rescue mode does not start properly and detect/mount a default
> installation
> 14. Rescue mode does not detect/mount RAID/LVM/dmraid/mdraid
> installations"
> 
> Are these meant to say *does*?

Indeed, good catch.  I've updated the wiki and added a note about
"encrypted root" partitions to point#14.  Feedback welcome!

> 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?

Good points.  My $0.02.  I'd suggest we narrow the focus to all
applications accessible from the menu for the LiveCD or default install.
Would I like to see this expand, definitely.  I don't want to bite off
more than we can chew.

What I think would be pretty nice here is a link to some "graphical
application standards" documentation.  Something that testers could
reference when validating this requirement and filing defects.

mclasen: Do you know if such a document or guideline exists on
freedesktop.org or in the desktop space?  I'm not seeing anything jump
out at http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications.  

> This page also includes the criterion:
> 
> "20. Menus sanity: All items have icons"
> 
> When I filed this bug against Fedora 12:
> 
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=531180
> 
> 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.

Agreed.  If there is a document to reference here ... I'd love to make
that link more obvious.  The bug you filed above helped to highlight an
intended change where we need to go back and adjust the requirements.  

I've adjusted this bullet to refer to all menu items under the
''Applications'' menu.  What about ''Places''? 

Thanks,
James

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