Current F28 KDE live images notify of updates, via dnfdragora:
That's after openQA boots the live image and just lets it sit for 10 minutes. Note the "177 updates available." notification from dnfdragora. This is wrong, when running live, there should be no update notifications.
Proposing as a Final blocker, per "Release-blocking desktops must notify the user of available updates, but must not do so when running as a live image" - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_28_Final_Release_Criteria#Update_notification
comps-f28.xml.in lists dnfdragora-updater in @kde-desktop, which is wrong, it should list only dnfdragora. Plasma uses plasma-pk-updates, not dnfdragora-updater.
was only applied to f26 and f27. Then dnfdragora-gui was renamed to dnfdragora-updater:
but this was already wrong on f28 and f29 before the rename.
Now if the people responsible for this mess can please fix it. I am not the maintainer of this stuff anymore and have not been for a couple years!
Sorry Kevin, was just CCing KDE-adjacent folks, which in my mind usually maps to you and Rex :/
This looks fixed in current nightlies. The test is still failing, but it's a false failure caused by the network device notification (openQA doesn't expect that).