Re: [vague discussion] woody boot-floppies plans
Bruce Sass (firstname.lastname@example.org) spake thusly:
> So, instead of the existing: do a step, check the system, do another
> step, check the system, etc. It would be: define the system the user
> wants to end up with, prompt to resolve problems (missing bits, config
> conflicts, etc.), start installing.
Have you seen the Mandrake 7 install? It doesn't work exactly like how I
think we want, but why not have a clickable tasklist sidebar, with checks
next to steps completed already, and emphasize the required uncompleted
steps in some way...
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