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[wishlist] message about the unavailabillity of the changes list is worded wrongly

Reported by Jan Claeys on 2009-01-20
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update-manager (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

Binary package hint: update-manager

This is on on Ubuntu 8.10 with update-manager 1:0.93.35

When I clicked on the "update for ufw" item in update-manager, I got the following message:

| The list of changes is not available yet.
|
| Please use http://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ufw/0.23.3/+changelog
| until the changes become available or try again later.

I think it's obvious that the list of changes *is* available, as I can read them with my own eyes on the URL _given by update-manager itself_.

I know that update-manager gets its info from another place, but then at least the wording should be changed.

(Of course, even better, the problem making this message necessary could be fixed...)

Michele Mangili (mangilimic) wrote :

Hi!

I have tried to reproduce your issue but I was unable. I did the following steps:
- downgraded uft to version 0.23.2
- launched update-manger and I was able to read the changelog.

Is this bug reproducible?

Thank you for reporting this issue and helping to make Ubuntu better.

Changed in update-manager:
status: New → Incomplete
Jan Claeys (janc) wrote :

This "bug" (I'd rather call it a UI inconsistency) happens between the release of a package on the servers and the uploading of its release/changes notes to another server. To reproduce it, try to read this info for a package shortly after it got uploaded onto the (main) Ubuntu download server.

Michele Mangili (mangilimic) wrote :

Thanks for your explanation! I understood your problem, and going to mark this report as confirmed, since I think that you have provided all the information needed to address this problem.

Changed in update-manager:
status: Incomplete → Confirmed
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