During the setup wizard, Jenkins asks if I want to create an admin user or skip it. When I choose skip, it'll still create an admin user anyway.
This is unintuitive. The expectation with the 'Skip' label is that I'm NOT creating an admin user. There are legitimate reasons to do this - for example if I'm setting up Jenkins with a real security realm like LDAP, I really do not want the admin user.
The problem is further made worse by the fact that this default admin user has the security token as the password, which you can never recover if you haven't written it down.
I think we are going too far here. We make it very obvious and natural for people to create an admin user, and 'Skip' is very under-emphasized already. This should be sufficient. It shouldn't get in the way of people who know what they are doing, just like we let people not install any recommended plugins.
If we insist on forcing people to create an admin user just to install LDAP plugin & throw that user away, then I'd rather not have the "Skip" button. As a reference, Atlassian tools for example doesn't let you skip creating admin user. You always have to create one.