[Bug 349066] Re: Release notes need to tell upgrade users how to add new network-manager widget

AaronPeterson alpeterson at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 05:06:26 UTC 2009


Steve, 
You're right, a seporate program might be too much.   I believe the update program should warn people to gather their wep keys and other network authentication because it will be lost in the upgrade.  

Basically, I think the pop-up note saying :hey, do you want to do a
dist-upgrade?..  it should just say that a dist-upgrade is available,
and a link to the  the release notes, the release notes should say how
to start the upgrade, because it implies that the person spent the time
to read the important notes.

I believe your release notes are ok.

  I know that something needs to be done to avoid stranding the user.


\ This Kubuntu KDE and network manager are way cool and well done, This is just a severe case of putting a hole infront of the user and removing the guard rail so it's easy for them to make a bridge, but the sign doesn't say where to get the bridge... (there is a small note to the documents that say where the bridge is...)

I knew I could have problems when upgrading, so I had methods to stay
online... I'm still going for computing safety.

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Release notes need to tell upgrade users how to add new network-manager widget
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