Talk:Features/InitialExperience

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Was there any discussion with firsboot maintainers?
 
Was there any discussion with firsboot maintainers?
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Looking at https://live.gnome.org/GnomeOS/Design/Whiteboards/InitialSetup :
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: "The design currently relies on running in a bare user session and changing the user's name and home directory."
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That sounds extremely fragile and generally undesirable.
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I don't think we really want only a "Welcome to GNOME 3"  - e.g. there is the Fedora-specific license acknowledgement screen, and smolt submission screen.
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Related to the above: What about third-party modules?  Currently in Fedora, smolt-firstboot, system-config-{keyboard,rootpassword}, rhn-setup-gnome all provide firstboot modules.  I suppose some of the functionality will be directly integrated, what about the rest?
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The tentative design seems to mix system-specific and user-specific decisions (account creation, "location" (that is NOT a substitute for locale, btw.), vs. user-specific online accounts).  Isn't there a risk of confusing users' mental model about which decisions are for their account vs. for the whole computer?
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--[[User:Mitr|Mitr]] 18:03, 28 May 2012 (UTC)

Revision as of 18:03, 28 May 2012

Was there any discussion with firsboot maintainers?

Looking at https://live.gnome.org/GnomeOS/Design/Whiteboards/InitialSetup :

"The design currently relies on running in a bare user session and changing the user's name and home directory."

That sounds extremely fragile and generally undesirable.

I don't think we really want only a "Welcome to GNOME 3" - e.g. there is the Fedora-specific license acknowledgement screen, and smolt submission screen.

Related to the above: What about third-party modules? Currently in Fedora, smolt-firstboot, system-config-{keyboard,rootpassword}, rhn-setup-gnome all provide firstboot modules. I suppose some of the functionality will be directly integrated, what about the rest?

The tentative design seems to mix system-specific and user-specific decisions (account creation, "location" (that is NOT a substitute for locale, btw.), vs. user-specific online accounts). Isn't there a risk of confusing users' mental model about which decisions are for their account vs. for the whole computer?

--Mitr 18:03, 28 May 2012 (UTC)