Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 19th Jul 2007 18:32 UTC, submitted by Joe User
Opera Software Opera 9.22 has been released; mostly a bugfix and security release. "We released 9.22 today and it's a recommended security update. There are changelogs for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux/UNIX. Bit Torrent also received some nice improvements, so it should be quite a bit faster now."
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> Maybe because they don't want to overload their servers?

Oh, c'mon! The number of people using is a very small fraction of the total number of downloads.
If the main point with automatic updates is to get all the newest security fixes then why would they delay a security fix release only for people with automatic updates?
The repo is not on the same server as the manually downloadable files, so if they are going to update the deb repository anyway at some point then the same potential overload will happen anyway (except if most users have already upgraded manually, but then there'd be no point for having a deb repo if people aren't using it).
As I said, there's no proper reason for having a deb repo that's not up-to-date.

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