AKA, taking a blowtorch to the comps file.
TL;DR version - come to the talk at FUDCon!
I'm here to propose a reworking of how we handle the data in the comps file.
(If you don't know what that is, it likely doesn't concern you.)
Currently, we have two main use cases for the package groups and listings in
the comps file:
1) Distribution construction
We define groups of packages, that are then organized into:
- Live spins
- Install media
- Installation package sets (via package selection in anaconda, yum,
Examples would be 'core', 'base', 'gnome-desktop', 'electronics-l