Ubuntuupdates.org being a site dedicated to software changelogs, it's only fair that it would get its very own changelog. This is the history of all new features and major bug fixes released for this website.
PPA named route
Inclusion of Maverick 10.10
Lots of improvements to the "Updates" page
Multiple improvements to atom feeds.
Collect changelog for Launchpad PPAs
and GetDeb repos.
Rename bug source Ubuntu to Launchpad.
Display dependent packages in each package.
You can now search for a package just using a URL.
to get directly to the package page: http://ubuntuupdates.org/p/firefox
to get to the list of package versions: http://ubuntuupdates.org/pm/firefox
||Add support for 3rd party repositories that don't have "packages" file for i386 but have amd64 instead, or those that don't offer the files bz2 compressed. This is the case for Opera and Adobe Flash repositories.|
||Added bookmark list to sidebar with links to most popular packages.|
||Added a Search Statistics page.|
||Each PPA now has a main package and the latest version of this package in each distribution is displayed on each PPA page.|
||Added support for PPAS available in multiple distributions (karmic, lucid...). Allowing to show PPA packages for requested distribution.|
||Added list of other versions of the same package
that are available for the same release to the packages/show page.
Prevent more than 1 changelog attempt per hour.
||Fixed reddit and digg buttons in
blog (were exceedingly slow to load).
Added About and Changelog pages.
||Created the notion of "super"
meta package that link together the same software designated by
differement names is different repositories. Example: firefox(*)
Parse CVE bugs out of changelogs and insert into database.
Parse CVE title out of debian.org
||Added support for 3rd party
repositories other than ppa.launchpad.net.
||Optimize SQL for home page.
||Cleaned up sidebar:
- deduplicate packages
- add tooltips
- separate security, updates and proposed
Add install instruction for PPAs.
Display raw package information through Ajax call in package page.
||Added support for
3rd party repositories.
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