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Re: New PackageKit and gnome-packagekit in F9 soon

On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 1:26 AM, Richard Hughes <hughsient gmail com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-07-08 at 00:57 +0200, drago01 wrote:
>> Yeah but for the periodic update check why should the user care?
>> pupplet wasn't displaying the I am "doing something" notification but
>> only "there are updates".
>> So I suggest only showing it when the user manually request for it to
>> check for updates but not after login / connection to the network
>> while performing the automatic check.
> Sure, it appears so you know it's doing something... for me the hard
> drive light goes on and the CPU goes up to 100% for a few seconds, and
> it's nice to know what's going on. Maybe this is insane. Comments
> welcome.

Yeah but if every app that does something in the background adds
something to the panel that would be ...
I still suggest that it should only show up when it wants stuff from
the user or to inform the user that automatic update (not searching
for update but appling them) is happening.
Also it does not take that long to check for updates.

>> >> 2) I tryed to delete multple package at once but after pressing the
>> >> apply button it started to resolve deps in the background without
>> >> showing any feedback to the user for ~30 sec
>> >> (the user might think it did nothing and keep clicking on  the apply button),
>> >
>> > Valid. Could you file a bug in RH bugzilla please (so I remember), and
>> > I'll sort it in 0.2.4 after I get back from GUADEC.
>> Sure, will do later today (its 0:56 am now ;) )
> 2:28am -- I win! :-)

Bug filled: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=454399

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