On Thu, 2006-11-16 at 04:27 -0600, Tom Browder wrote: > 1. Why can't we have a time zone selection for the US Americas as > EST, CST, MST, or PST instead of the ridiculously long list of US > cities? EST, CST, etc., are not unique to America, and mean different things elsewhere. By themselves they're a worse than useless term, though America/EST could be understandable. But then are you going to list America/EST+DST, or separately list the daylight savings? Listing countries and states does get around various issues, such as: * Specific locations that are not part of a general common zone. * Specific locations that treat daylight savings differently. * Users who don't know what the name of their timezone, or about daylight savings rules, can set things correctly just by picking the location that they're in. I do wonder how many times you need to make a choice from such lists that it's actually a problem for you. > 2. Why did the "install everything" selection go away? Checking the > available 3 software categories only uses 3 of the 5 disks! Short summary of a long thread on here not that long ago: It *never* installed "everything". It *can't*, since some packages are mutually exclusive. So the naming was misleading, and you'd get even more complaints if it said "install almost everything". Having said that, there could be better ways of selecting large groups of, or most, packages. -- (Currently testing FC5, but still running FC4, if that's important.) Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored. I read messages from the public lists.