Just an FYI. This will allow the community to collect some usage metrics
on the different products, so we'll be able to have some idea of how
many people are using the comp-neuro lab, for example.
I've filed a ticket for this now and will work on it. If anyone has any
other comments, please comment on the ticket:
----- Forwarded message from Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org> -----
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2020 13:19:53 -0400
From: Matthew Miller <..>
Subject: [Fedora-spins] Attention all active spins! DNF better counting is almost here --
time to update spins!
List-Id: The Spin Special Interest Group mailing list
In F33+ The fedora-release package has "identity" subpackages which set
VARIANT and VARIANT_ID in /etc/os-release. Many of the popular desktop spins
have these, but not all do, and some of our newer spins are missing.
If this is set, the DNF "countme" metric tool will report the variant in
use, and I can report that back to you -- and eventually have
publically-available automatic reports.
Of course, many special-purpose spins shouldn't be measured solely by user
count, but it's always a nice baseline number to have.
Please work with Release Engineering to get an identity subpackage for your
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