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Mon, 23 Jan 2006 06:14:52 . . . . DavidS? [reordered questions]
Mon, 23 Jan 2006 06:10:31 . . . . DavidS? [reduced reference to 1. releases]
Mon, 23 Jan 2006 05:50:31 . . . . DavidS? [removed outdated note]
Tue, 20 Dec 2005 06:24:24 . . . . Herbert P÷tzl [updated matrix]
Sat, 08 Oct 2005 10:11:36 . . . . Herbert P÷tzl [updated and added kernel version]
Fri, 03 Jun 2005 09:06:55 . . . . Herbert P÷tzl [updated matrix]
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Changes by last author:

Changed:
A. Since version 1.00 the versioning is similar to the kernel versioning scheme. Even numbered releases (a.Xz with even X) are stable, reasonably well tested and expected not to change feature-wise. Odd numbered (a.Y.z with odd Y) releases are development releases. The last digit/number (z) is a subversion identifier. Experimental versions and Release Candidates might add a fourth identifier to that scheme.
A. Since version 1.00 the versioning is similar to the kernel versioning scheme. Even numbered releases (a.X.z with even X) are stable, reasonably well tested and expected not to change feature-wise. Odd numbered (a.Y.z with odd Y) releases are development releases. The last digit/number (z) is a subversion identifier. Experimental versions and Release Candidates might add a fourth identifier to that scheme.
Changed:
A. Basically the stable (2.Xz) and development (2.Y.z) releases should be similar in functionality for Y = X+1, but the development releases will include features and enhancements not present in the stable branch. Once those features mature (and get well tested ;), they will be incorporated by the stable branch.
A. Basically the stable (2.X.z) and development (2.Y.z) releases should be similar in functionality for Y = X+1, but the development releases will include features and enhancements not present in the stable branch. Once those features mature (and get well tested ;), they will be incorporated by the stable branch.
Changed:
A. 1.Xz, and 1.Y.z releases are for the 2.4 kernels, while 1.9.x (obsoleted by now), and 2.X.y releases are for the 2.6 series.
A. 1.X.z and 1.Y.z releases are for the 2.4 kernels, while 1.9.x (obsoleted by now) and 2.X.y releases are for the 2.6 series.