[Digikam-devel] About version numbering schema
caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 18:52:03 BST 2007
I'm totally agre with you Oliver (:=)))
2007/6/15, Oliver Dörr <oliver at doerr-privat.de>:
> i can't see much wrong on the old schema...
> We have a list of features, that should be in 1.0. So this means, that
> 1.0 will be our major release and it will be available for KDE 4. That's
> fine for me.
> Most users gets digiKam trough their distribution and so they don't have
> to care which versions are comatible with KDE versions. All others
> should read release notes.
> But i'm only a translator and so it's not my point to decide
> Fabien schrieb:
> > Hello,
> > I sent an email about that a few days ago, see here :
> > http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/digikam-devel/2007-June/012932.html
> > <<
> > Don't you think it's time to use a new version numbering schema ?
> > I think digiKam has reached its stability point.
> > For most people, when you see a 0.9.x version, it means the software is
> > quite close to a stable 1.0 version.
> > Using version 0.10 let digiKam looks as an immature software that lacks
> > reliability and features. And I definitively think it's not the case !
> > Creating a 1.0 version would put digiKam under spotlight and that would
> > be great...
> > I also think it's important to clearly separate kde3 versions and kde4
> > version.
> > This is why I make the following proposal :
> > - create a 1.0.0 for the next digiKam version (instead of 0.9.2)
> > 0.9.3 would be 1.0.1
> > - use 2.0 for kde4 port
> > >>
> > Achim and Mikolaj already said they like the idea.
> > What about others ?
> > Gilles, Marcel, Oliver, Arnd, ... ?
> > Maybe you missed it in the thread :)
> > --
> > Fabien
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