[Cosmo-dev] trunk: 0.8.1 or 0.9
twl at osafoundation.org
Mon Oct 8 10:43:29 PDT 2007
I agree that 0.8.1 doesn't make sense. I don't think that we are
going to plan to do any more 0.x.y releases. Bug fix releases
mostly make sense when you have a long cycle between releases, but I
don't think they make any sense in a world where we release more
frequently. There is on exception, which is if we discover service
critical bugs, but we can always make a 0.x.1 branch for those if we
need to fix the version of Cosmo that is already up on hub.
I'd be fine with making the trunk 0.9, or keeping the trunk buildable
at 0.8 and doing all work on 0.9 on a branch like we did for the
0.7.x series. As long as we have a way to release emergency fixes
for the hub, I will be happy.
On Oct 8, 2007, at 10:17 AM, Brian Moseley wrote:
> the trunk version number is currently set to 0.8.1, but that doesn't
> seem right. 0.8.1 would be for bug fixes against a released 0.8.0,
> which doesn't exist yet. there's nowhere to check in 0.9 work, and
> while we could solve that by creating yet another branch, it doesn't
> make sense to do that (unless somebody's doing extremely destabilizing
> work, which i think should be done on a private branch) and have
> everybody committing to it.
> i propose that we change the trunk version to 0.9 and that we make a
> 0.8.1 branch off of the 0.8 one when 0.8 is released.
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