My Lubuntu Trusty upgrade experiences
dale.visser at live.com
Sat Apr 19 13:59:48 UTC 2014
I suppose reasonable people can disagree on what is best
here. I was not really harmed by my lack of understanding about the
delay. As I said, both upgrade methods went as well as could be
expected, which is a testament to the hard work of the Ubuntu and
Lubuntu developer teams.
I sometimes forget that the world moves
on "internet time" now, which is even faster than the "24-hour news
cycle" introduced a couple of decades ago by CNN. Even I lacked the
patience to sit and read the announcement in detail before I acted.
> Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2014 06:51:25 -0700
> From: brian at ubuntu.com
> To: dale.visser at live.com
> CC: ali.linux at amjjawad.net; ubuntu-quality at lists.ubuntu.com; Lubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: Re: My Lubuntu Trusty upgrade experiences
> On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 07:25:24PM -0400, Dale Visser wrote:
> > I blush and stand corrected. It indeed said "will be" and "shortly".
> > I still maintain it would be better to hold the announcement until the
> > moment it can simply say "are".
> There is only one announcement for the release though and the isos were
> available to download, just the switch for activating release upgrades
> was not flipped. Would it make sense to hold back the whole
> Additionally, in the several releases of Ubuntu I have been a part of
> this is the time this has been a prolonged difference between upgrades
> and isos being available.
> Brian Murray
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