There will always be things people file that will end up as NOTABUG or WONTFIX. However, there will always be many more things people file that will be genuine bugs. Most of these will get fixed, some of them won't. Unreported bugs will never be fixed unless someone else is lucky enough to hit the same thing.
> There is not going to be a text install.
> There is no packages customization during install.
Correct, but this has been explained at length elsewhere.
> You have to go back in the anaconda menu after you choose an option, sounds retarded.
Sounds like you've not tried it. The strings are a bit misleading on the Alpha, but that's fixed up afterwards. The work flow here should be much more streamlined, especially for people who only need to deal with a subset of the pages.
> The installer doesnt confirm before it wipes your hard disk.
Yeah, that's filed.
> The network scripts are not ready yet.
What do you mean? Low information statements like this mean we have nothing to go on for fixing.
> The time zone bugs are not fixed yet.
Again, what do you mean?
> One can install the operating system without a root password.
The plan here was that the first user would be set up as the "admin" via sudo and consolekit and the like, but the OS as a whole is just really not ready for this. So yes there are some corner cases where you can end up without a root password, but again that is being worked on.