about new release which will be on 10th Oct
raquel at thericehouse.net
Mon Oct 4 16:53:57 UTC 2010
On Mon, 04 Oct 2010 11:15:30 -0500
Michael <mmorse757 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > apt-get dist-upgrade will just upgrade "foo 1.0" to "foo 1.1". You
> > won't get the benefits from the new "bar" program until you install
> > it manually.
> Possibly not the best example to use. Users pick a program to use
> because they like the program and are familiar with it. To be
> automatically switched to a new program is really annoying. Me
> personally, I would tolerate having been automatically switched to the
> latest version of "Foo" as opposed to automatically being switched to
> the totally different program "Bar."
It's actually a good example to use, because I do not like "Bar". I
use "Foo" for a reason and I don't want to switch to "Bar". It's good
to know that "do-release-upgrade" will force me to change.
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