> On 05/15/12 05:52 AM, Henri Sivonen wrote:
>> The platform meeting minutes last week said 12.0 would be pushed to
>> 3.6 users starting last Wednesday. Out of curiousity: Did this
>> actually happen? Statistics that did show the 11.0 to 12.0 push in a
>> week don't appear to show a drop in 3.6 usage.
> We shipped automatic updates for 3.6.13 through 3.6.28 to 12.0 on May
> the 8th.
> It's entirely possible that this update made no noticeable differences,
> as most of these users (in particular the 3.6.13 through 3.6.27) have
> repeatably not updated to minor update offers and various types of major
> update offers. They may not have the correct permissions to update or
> otherwise be stuck for some technical reason.
>  "Unprompted" and "prompted" are confusing terms that we try to
> avoid, https://wiki.mozilla.org/Releases/Update_Terms
That page isn't totally clear on one question: does the user have the
ability to cancel an Automatic Update? The page says:
"A dialog will be presented to the user notifying them that the update
has been downloaded and is ready for install."
Can they say no? It might be useful to clarify this on the page, either way.