[linux-lvm] 0.9 next week?! Cool!
Heinz J. Mauelshagen
Heinz.Mauelshagen at t-online.de
Sun Nov 12 15:29:54 UTC 2000
On Sat, Nov 11, 2000 at 12:11:51PM -0600, Chewie wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 11, 2000 at 01:13:48PM +0000, Heinz J. Mauelshagen wrote:
> > > How long will it take before 0.9 arrives?
> > I am planing for next monday :-)
> Woohoo! Thankyou, Heinz, for your hard work!
> I have a request for you. *PLEASE* don't use odd version names like
> 0.9final, or Linus' faux paux with the "-test10-pre8" horror. ;-)
> Have you considered using a kernel-like versioning rule, where the
> minor (second) number is odd for development branch and even for the
> stable branch. Yes, 0.7.131 may seem quite boring, but when 0.8 rolls
> around, we'll know it's the first of the stable versions. Any 0.8.x
> versions would obviously be patch fixes to the stable version.
Because there is already a lot of references out there to 0.9
0.9 I stay with it for now and will use 0.9.x for fixes.
Starting with 1.0 next year I'll switch to 1.0.x for stable and 1.1.x
> Regardless, have you been holding out with 0.9 for so long because
> you'd like it to be "stable" from its release point?
That's part of the truth.
There where some private reasons too.
> With that in
> mind, would you consider releasing 0.9 as 0.10?
> Again, thanks!
> Chad "^chewie, gunnarr" Walstrom <chewie at wookimus.net>
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