According to Ubuntu 9.04 rel notes, Brasero is new

Asked by era on 2009-03-27

http://www.ubuntu.com/testing/jaunty/beta says:
> Ubuntu 9.04 Beta includes the latest GNOME 2.26 desktop environment
> with a number of great new features, including:
>
> * brasero, developed by Philippe Rouquier and Luis Medinas,
> as an all-in-one CD burning application

As far as I can tell, it was installed by default already in 8.10. What's the explanation for the release notes introducing Brasero as a new component? Is the news really that the "CD/DVD Creator" in Nautilus has been replaced with Brasero (just speculating here) or why is it there?

If this is genuinely a bug, where should I report it?

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Craig Huffstetler (xq) said : #1

It's not a bug, it's just stating the newest release of Brasero is included. It should've been more specific in the language. I will forward this on to the Marketing team.

Best Craig Huffstetler (xq) said : #2

I have addressed the issue(s) with the parties involved. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

Craig Huffstetler (xq) said : #3

And, by the way, since Alpha 3 (I believe it was) Brasero was made the default burn CD/DVD in Nautilus.

I really think the message is indeed meant to state this as well as the improvements, which is quite an improvement.

Sorry I didn't answer your question completely.

era (era) said : #4

Thanks Craig Huffstetler, that solved my question.