reasonable enough reason.
on the other hand, so much is revolutionary in this release including a genuinely awesome KDE4 desktop this time around, project Bretzn, opensource broadcom drivers, speedy kernel patch, bluez, and much more, that it is tempting to give this release the 12.0 moniker.
if the multi-touch xinput extensions make it in I would be all for twelve, as that would make a huge boost to Meego/touch interface respins of suse on arm and intel.
On 12/16/10 10:06, Frederic Crozat wrote:
Le jeudi 16 décembre 2010 à 10:55 +0100, Stephan Kulow a écrit :
When the roadmap was discussed, I said we would decide on the version number when we have a clearer picture about what would make up the new version.
So as Milestone5 is on the mirrors and I'm myself preparing for christmas holidays, I wonder: what's your oppinion on the version number? I myself prefer 11.4, but I have no strong objection against 12.0 if this is what the majority wants.
Please read the original thread from the beginning to the end before you see yourself repeating arguments: http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-project/2010-07/msg00244.html
Since GNOME 3 won't be part of 11.4, I'd suggest we switch to 12.0 for 11.5.