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Re: The Software Updater should show just the source package to update
Thank you all for the great work. I also had one
suggestion about software updater. I don't understand why it has to have an
extra window to show download and install process as when this is happening
we can't do anything with the first window. When one click install update
why not show the download progress in front of the package in the list of
packages to be updated and use the lower box, that is used to show change
log of the update of a particular package, to show the terminal like
install progress. :)
Thanks once again...
On Sat, Dec 15, 2012 at 12:45 AM, Dylan McCall <dylanmccall@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 10:57 AM, Marco Biscaro
> <marcobiscaro2112@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > It's looking very nice, much, much better than before, but wouldn't the
> "Ubuntu base" group be too much cluttered? For example, in the following
> screenshot a lot of unity-related packages are grouped with a lot of
> gstreamer-related packages and other things not related to either of them.
> Couldn't this be better?
> You're right, that can get very cluttered. Fortunately, that's where
> my implementation isn't meeting the specification right now, so I'm
> working on fixing that. Instead, Ubuntu base should only be for the
> ubuntu-desktop meta package, and other packages like overlay-scrollbar
> should be listed as usual, grouped with the same logic we use to group
> applications (but without the icons and application names, of course).
> The refactoring I mentioned is about making that grouping logic more
> sensible and less application-centric.
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