[CentOS] Fedora change that will probably affect RHEL

Sat Jul 25 15:40:59 UTC 2015
Scott Robbins <scottro at nyc.rr.com>

This might show up twice, I think I sent it from a bad address previously.
If so, please accept my apologies.

 In Fedora 22, one developer (and only one) decided that if the password
 chosen during installation wasn't of sufficient strength, the install
 wouldn't continue.  A bug was filed, and there was also a great deal of
 aggravation about it on the Fedora testing list.  So, it was dropped.
 However, like a US (and probably other countries) politician who has one
 bad law suddenly exposed, it seems they are doing it for F23, judging from
 a test installation. I've filed a bug if anyone wants to chime in and ask
 them not to do it. 

Scott Robbins
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