[poppler] Proposal: Poppler 0.8 release plan

Pino Toscano toscano.pino at tiscali.it
Sat Jan 19 08:12:45 PST 2008

Alle sabato 19 gennaio 2008, Jeff Muizelaar ha scritto:
> > Always personally, I don't see the reason to use 0.7 just for beta/rc
> > naming, instead of picking eg 0.7.80, 81, ... 90, and so on. After all,
> > we are not the Linux kernel, nor a GNOME application.
> I don't understand your suggestion. Why would using 0.7.80 be better
> than 0.7.0? Or did you mean 0.6.80?

Yes, I meant 0.6.80, sorry.

> One probably with using something like: 0.6.80 is that you'd have to guess
> how many prereleases you were going to have before going final.

Yes and no: I can count 20 steps between x.80 and x+1.0 (x.80, x.81, etc).
That means that if you "allocate" x.8y for alpha/beta releases and x.9y for 
the RC, you can happily do 10 between alphas and betas and 10 RCs.
Aren't those enough?

Pino Toscano
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