newly installed services, like mysql, not on by default after reboot?

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Hey,

In pre fedora 10 it was default that if a new service was installed it
would be on by default on the next reboot. I'm wondering why the
decision was made to not enable those newly installed services at the
next reboot.

I know it can be turn on and made permanently using the services tool
or chkconfig but i still just would like this stuff to be on by
default. It's the way people are used to it and the way other linux
distros (ubuntu, mandriva, suse) work so why even change it in the
first place?

I would like to suggest to revert this Fedora 10 behaviour to the way
it was in pre fedora 10.

I could be wrong in all of this and found a bug ^_^

Bug reported here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=476297

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