BTW we may be talking about two different things. I can burn multiple images of the same iso but I tend to test multiple iso's. That is I may use zsync to update both Ubuntu and Lubuntu images, then if I try to burn the Ubuntu image, and then the Lubuntu image, Brasero just fails to work for the second burn w/o a reboot.
To take this a bit further someone has recently brought up a problem at the Raring dev section of the forums:
And jbicha who has devoted a great deal of dev and bug fixing time to both Ubuntu and Ubuntu-GNOME-Remix has this to say:
I don't know but maybe the same is true of multiple iso image burningThe problem is that many (most?) of the technical people that would work on improving and fixing GNOME or Ubuntu apps don't really burn CDs these days. So Brasero is undermaintained.
It looks like the root cause for the problem has been identified though (and it doesn't affect Ubuntu 12.10 unless you use the GNOME3 PPA or similar to install the new Brasero).
The sad fact is that a lot of native GNOME apps are being shipped either broken or premature, example in point:
That takes us to whether or not this should be moved to the remote corner called "recurring". How much difference is there between this:
IMHO there's very little difference. In both cases Ubuntu released a partially borked app in what a person should expect to be a stable release. So this policy of moving negative threads to recurring or just killing them becomes nothing less than silencing dissent
Regarding the Abiword thing I recently had a post jailed:
How harsh was that really?
Particularly compared to this:
I see that as only saying that Debian is more stable than Ubuntu and I get tired of people using our forums to recommend other distros - even though I understand we're closely tied to, and based on Debian.