Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Jim Cornette wrote:
The really latest notes are available at
Thanks for adding the additional links. I have to learn how to
navigate through the beats concept for document management.
A link to the most likely release notes would be easier to understand
for those accustomed to the format of the outdated link that I
These arent meant for the typical end user and hence we are not going to
focus on the format or presentation but if you are keeping track of
development you can go through the wiki which is the canonical source
for the release notes content to keep yourself updated on the upcoming
I found the information from the links understandable to a certain
degree. I'm glad that the finished documentation is in a style that I'm
more familiar with.
There were packages added to comps that were not available for
selection as late as the test 3 iso install media. The bug is being
tracked but user awareness that there are many packages on the media
that are not pulled in or selectable for new installs was my experience.
A discussion should have been initiated on these issues in fedora-test
list with the relevant bug reports earlier in the development cycle. It
might be still a good idea to track the specific packages not being
listed in the interface and report them to the list.
I believe there was a short conversation and off to bugzilla it was.
(Less than 5 postings, from memory.) Hopefully, the packages that I want
to be selectable are there now on the installer. I believe my desired
packages are on the wish list for Extras migration. (Mozilla/Seamonkey)
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