[TYPO3-english] TYPO3 6.0 at the corner? How is it possible

Andi cocopapa at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 19:03:53 CET 2012

no good idea steffen as you did not understand why kay or ubuntu simply uses Year Numbers as Release Numbers. Simply use Year and month and bugfix is third place

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On Mar 6, 2012, at 0:54, Steffen Ritter <steffen.ritter at typo3.org> wrote:

> Am 05.03.2012 18:49, schrieb Kay Strobach:
>> What i do really hate on that discussion is the fact, of leaving a
>> number out. Why not changing to Ubuntu style of release numbers, this
>> would be a very clear step, without confusion:
>>    e.g. Release        12.04
>>         BugFix Release 12.04.1
> We will do it like that
> Major Feature Release   6.0.0
> Bugfix/Security Release 6.0.1
> Minor Feature Release   6.1.0 (as we do know)
> Bugfix/Security Release 6.1.1
> ...
> The only thing which changes, that we allow us to use the first digit, if we think the features have diverged enough from the last major version that it feels valid (so this time from 4.0)
> The only thing is that we forever skip 5.x as to many expectations, screenshots and concepts, wishes and promives are around for such a version, which the current "v4 branch" just never could fulfill and therefore would confuse every one.
> regards
> Steffen
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