network-manager-applet 0.8-0ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu


network-manager-applet (0.8-0ubuntu3) lucid; urgency=low

  [ Mirco Müller (MacSlow) <email address hidden> ]
  * Make nm-applet correctly update a notification, if the connection-status
    has changed. This avoids displaying obsolete notifications to the user,
    which no longer reflect the correct connection-status. Fixes LP: #460144
    - add debian/patches/lp460144_correctly_update_notification.patch
    - update debian/patches/series

  [ Chris Coulson <<email address hidden> ]
  * Update bgo609134_lazy_icons.patch with the change actually committed
    to GIT
 -- Alexander Sack <email address hidden>   Tue, 30 Mar 2010 10:39:18 +0200

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Alexander Sack on 2010-03-30
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network-manager-gnome: network management framework (GNOME frontend)

 NetworkManager attempts to keep an active network connection available at all
 times. It is intended only for the desktop use-case, and is not intended for
 usage on servers. The point of NetworkManager is to make networking
 configuration and setup as painless and automatic as possible. If using DHCP,
 NetworkManager is _intended_ to replace default routes, obtain IP addresses
 from a DHCP server, and change nameservers whenever it sees fit.
 This package contains a systray applet for GNOME's notification area but it
 also works for other desktop environments which provide a systray like KDE
 or XFCE.
 It displays the available networks and allows to easily switch between them.
 For encrypted networks it will prompt the user for the key/passphrase and it
 can optionally store them in the gnome-keyring.