I was talking to a few people I have recently introduced to linux. Most are rather pleased. I woudl say the one thing that they dislike is some of the more mundane things such as configuring yum. I was thinking, would I be a useful idea to write a Loki Installer app, or an rpm even, that would automate alot of the update process. I was leaning towards an rpm simply because I can then have the update service a repo for yum, and push new repos that way, as well as any other rpms that I would build and support (such as grapevine or a better java installation rpm).
So would that be worth the effort? Would people utilize this?