Re: new criterion proposal: toolbox functionality

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On Tue, Apr 11, 2023 at 11:56 PM Sumantro Mukherjee <sumukher@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Toolbox aka Toolbx should be usable.

As a style matter, let's just cut this sentence. "usable" is vague and
the next sentence offers more clarity.

> Toolbox should be able to list,
> create and provide the desired containerized environment to the user
> without root privileges.

Do we need to tighten the scope here? What sorts of failures are
acceptable? If someone tries to create a toolbox that pulls in
software from third-party repositories, I think we'd want to call that
not our problem.

> Toolbox images should be generally
> functional.

How does this differ from the previous sentence? Is "generally
functional" more than list, create, and provide the containerized

> Footnote - "What does this cover?":
> Toolbox's general functionality as covered by this test cases

The test case seems to be much narrower than the text of the criterion
implies. Is the test case insufficient or is the criterion too broad?

> I think this criterion could target F39 Beta Release Criteria or Basic
> Release Criteria [2].

I'd say this is a Beta (or possibly Final, although I'm not sure if I
believe that) criterion for now. When/if ostree variants become our
primary desktop deliverable, moving it to Basic would make sense to

Ben Cotton
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