rick at linuxmafia.com
Thu Oct 14 22:05:33 PDT 2004
Bill Lazar <bill at billsaysthis.com> wrote:
> Okay but they'll be in for a big surprise when a release is set for an
> earlier or same month (4.06, for instance) when people start asking how this
> is happening.
Just to make sure we're on the same page: 4.06 would have been June 2004.
To the best of my ability to tell, their only limitations are:
1. No more than one full release each month (not really a problem).
2. The scheme will break in just over 95 years. ;->
Just to correct my earlier post, projected Ubuntu Linux branch names will be:
WartyWarthog = 4.10
HoaryHedgehog = 5.04 (April 2005 planned release)
GrumpyGroundhog = 5.10 (October 2005 planned release)
Obviously, those version _numbers_ would have to change when/if the
(While I'm at it, I also flubbed the name of a longtime CD-burning
application in a post here, a while ago: It should be "cdrdao" because
it's a "CD Record, Disk-At-Once" application, not "cdrdoa", as I typed it.)
Meanwhile, I'm also burning the WartyWarthog PPC release candidate.
Might well put it on my iBook.
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