Rarely is a blog a good place to discuss a bug, however Revisor does not use the GNOME accessibility framework (yet) so I can’t submit this issue as a DogTail test.
Update: I figured out the issue after the blog post. I fixed it at 18:55. The patch was reviewed at 19:01 and thereafter applied. The power of Free Software!
Revisor, when choosing the options I want, presents 13 screens. Here is each screen just before I hit the “Forward” button
Step 1: I’m trying to make a live DVD. Actually, I just want the ISO so that I can make a live USB disk from it.
Step 2: Build from the Fedora 9 sources
Step 3: Load no kickstart file.
Step 4: Choose only some server packages, the emacs editor (can’t live without it) and the UK language pack
Step 5: Get a nice screen detailing what you’ve just chosen and the file size of this.
Step 6: The server lives in Brighton, otherwise I’d choose English (Ireland)
Step 7: Nothing fancy with the bootloader plase
Step 8: A fairly standard configuration of requesting DHCP for eth0
Step 9: No fancy network authentication, simple passwd/shadow stuff please
Step 10: We don’t need no stinkin firewalls
Step 11: I didn’t select any package with an Xorg dependancy, so there’s no need to configure X
Step 12: Do as little work as possible, so I didn’t bother to fill in a user (not that this affects the bug)
Step 13: Haven’t we seen this before?
The UI always brings me back to step 5. Ad infinitum. This is with the latest Git. I created a new user with which to check out and build the source and before running “./revisor-devel.sh” (as root) I deleted the /srv/revisor and /var/tmp/revisor stuff.