There was an extensive discussion on this topic a while back on IRC, which I unfortunately don't have a record of. There was also mention of this in the mailing lists not too long ago, initiated by Morgan: http://lists.laptop.org/pipermail/sugar/2008-May/005895.html. Finally, I brought this up at the end of a recent tech team meeting (1 or 2 weeks ago?) as a topic that needed our attention in order to make the update/upgrade system work (specifically, regarding the need for minor versions so that we can make bugfixes to older versions of an activity (say, 4.x) while keeping 5.x for all versions that work with the next version of the OS). I think deciding how we version activities is a critical part of making our OS releases work, and can assist in the problem of answering "Which activities work with my release?". Answering 4.x is nicer than [34 - 42], and MUCH nicer than [36-38, 40, 42]. The "agreement" I speak of was really a lack of any voiced disagreement when I mentioned this issue at the meeting.
- Eben On Sat, Jul 12, 2008 at 10:52 PM, Michael Stone <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > That's true, however I think it's also been agreed that... > > Could you please cite the discussion leading up to the agreement you're > referring to? > > Thanks, > > Michael >
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