the good thing about Sid is that you can upgrade an ‘outdated’ release. The good thing about this, AFT, is that I can take a break from the grill. Not that it’s tiresome, or boring (quite the opposite), but there is indeed something called Real Life (you know, meat on two legs) that requires a bit more attention than this hobby project. In the next weeks I won’t be able to engage too much in the BBQ (due to technical reasons, more or less, and geographical borkage or dependency hell) and I have to leave upgrade-warning, troubleshooting and bug-fixing to the community. My fellow forum-grillers are reliable and dedicated people – I should especially mention my better halves rhowaldt, ivanovnegro, pidsley who have always covered my ass – thanks guys! I also want to thank the dedicated users of the grill (no matter if they run BBQ on their machines), it’s you who keep the project alive, indeed. In May we will continue, and expect some hefty surprises!
So, for upgrade warnings please check the forums section and don’t rely on the Upgrade Warning app (for those who use it), because it will only notify about *grave* or *critical* packages. Generally, be careful with upgrades and better delay them if you are in doubt. Pretty sure you don’t need the newest revision of glibclit-6.205-uber-0.1-rc (y’ know)
Wish you all a sunny springtime, and see you soon, hopefully in good health!