On Fri, 2010-12-17 at 14:55 +0100, Kim Leyendecker wrote:
On 17.12.2010 13:34, Stephan Kleine wrote:
On Friday December 17 2010 13:20:33 Pavol Rusnak wrote:
On 16/12/10 19:21, jdd wrote:
so, keep 11.4 for this time, then go to 12, 13....
This was exactly my idea when previous conversation happened. For me it is the best option. Why? a) we don't need to change the way of our next release marketing (11.4) b) we don't have to discuss if some future version is worth bumping major version or just minor version, ever! c) we don't use date in version, so we can afford slipping the release if we really need to and don't ship broken releases like Ubuntu does
+1000. Best stuff I read on the whole codename, release numbering, .... on this list ever. regards, Stephan
+1001 Maybe we can make 12.0 as a really new release that brings some revolutionary new.
I thought it was just "12" and not "12.0" ;)
I don't care how the version numbers are assigned - openSUSE w/GNOME rocks, I [and our department] use it five to six days a week eight or more hours a day. Stable, productive, and just a little bit awesome.