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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000859||SUMo||New Feature||public||2008-11-08 09:53||2019-05-16 19:41|
|Target Version||Long term||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000859: Give user control over update report threshold|
At its current state, SUMo will only report the user of an available update as soon as a specific amount of users have migrated to a newer version.
This is very reasonable for the common user.
However, for purposes such as tracking nightly builds, it's enough that one other user have a newer version, so the current user might want to update.
Therefore, if possible, SUMo should have the option to decide what amount of users are using a newer version in order to get the update notification.
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I understand the description and the intention of the reporter. But I don't know enough of the facts. There are informations missing. I also like this idea to get this feature configurable.
I read several times of such a threshold but not all details. Is there one threshold or two (absolute and relative)? (As far as I understood, there are two such thresholds.)
Are there different thresholds on SUMO server side then on SUMO client?
Are these thresholds used just on the client side and just for reporting?
Or are they also used on the SUMO server side for determination of release or beta state of application version?
||Threshold are only on server side. This is the reason for this item to be a major change.|
|2008-11-08 09:53||adam777||New Issue|
|2008-11-08 17:10||Kyle_Katarn||Assigned To||=> Kyle_Katarn|
|2008-11-08 17:10||Kyle_Katarn||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2019-04-21 19:31||wolf||Note Added: 0003242|
|2019-04-21 22:49||Kyle_Katarn||Target Version||=> Long term|
|2019-04-21 22:49||Kyle_Katarn||Note Added: 0003243|