Ship a unified kernel image as (optional) kernel sub-rpm. Users can opt-in to use that kernel by installing the sub-rpm. Initial focus is on booting virtual machines where we have a relatively small and well defined set of drivers / features needed. Supporting modern physical machines with standard setup (i.e. boot from local sata/nvme storage) too should be easy.
Update kernel install scripts so unified kernels are installed and updated properly.
Add bootloader support for unified kernel images. Add unified kernel bls support to grub2, or support using systemd-boot, or both.
I checked the release notes and it claimed that the ambition is/was to deliver Phase 1 objectives with F38. But you never know
I’m still curios about recommendations for installation partitioning having UKI more mature some time in the future…