Confusing "this version is not recommended" message
I got three cached networkstatuses, with client-versions lines:
client-versions 0.1.1.26,0.1.2.4-alpha,0.1.2.5-alpha,0.1.2.6-alpha client-versions 0.1.1.26,0.1.2.6-alpha,0.1.2.7-alpha client-versions 0.1.1.26,0.1.2.4-alpha,0.1.2.5-alpha,0.1.2.6-alpha
The following message appeared on my console:
Jan 26 23:20:38.801 [warn] Please upgrade! This version of Tor (0.1.2.6-alpha-dev) is not recommended, according to 3/3 network statuses. Versions recommended by at least 1 authority are: 0.1.1.26, 0.1.2.4-alpha, 0.1.2.5-alpha, 0.1.2.6-alpha
The log message is plainly wrong; should it say "more than one authority"? Also, if the consensus among authorities is that 0.1.2.6-alpha is the most recent, shouldn't I get the "newer than recommended" message instead of the "not recommended" message?
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