LOL, that just got complicated and I disagree with the premise.
I'm going to assume we are talking about new users here- the person who gets an .iso off the internet and wants to give things a go.
Local repository is NOT... I repeat NOT going to be the default or even best method.
The fact that you should do an update after an install is a matter of process perhaps even a best practice and I don't believe we should be hiding that from new users.
Also keep in that someone who participates in the installfest might want to do their own and again the easiest thing for them to replicate and get started on the most common methods.
That said, I don't see why both methods can't be shown since several distros will be available. I'm not sure how Chris is planning on running this yet.
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