Package name mismatch: foreman-fog vs foreman-ec2
The Debian package for EC2 and Fog support is "foreman-fog", while the RPM package is "foreman-ec2". One of these should change for consistency in documentation etc. I'd suggest foreman-ec2 is correct, since it's self-explanatory as to what functionality it adds.
#1 Updated by Greg Sutcliffe almost 8 years ago
I disagree. The fog packages are required for other compute resources (such as libvirt) and it then becomes non-intuitve as to why foreman-libvirt or foreman-vmware depends on foreman-ec2.
I have no issue with the supported technologies being listed in the description fields (which they are for debs), which is the correct place to list further information about what the package does.
#5 Updated by Sam Kottler almost 8 years ago
I think both packages should be named foreman-compute, but at the very least they should be named the same thing. I think foreman-ec2 isn't a good name because then I'd expect a foreman-libvirt, foreman-ovirt, foreman-openstack, etc, but those don't exist. As a new user, I'd go for the foreman-compute package before foreman-fog. Just my $.02.