El 22/01/14 09:31, deadalnix ha escrit:
> On Wednesday, 22 January 2014 at 08:25:05 UTC, Jordi Sayol wrote:
>> I prefer:
>>
>> 2.65~b1
>> 2.65~rc1
>>
>> because "2.65.0" and "2.65" are bigger than "2.65~rc1", regardless if 
>> "qualifier" number is present or not in final release version.
>>
>> I think that, as much as possible, we should use exactly the same version 
>> string for all installers, zip, deb, rpm, dmg, etc.
>> So if there is no problem on OSX, Windows, etc. I propose this versioning 
>> scheme:
>>
>> #.#~b#  ==> 2.65~b1  // beta
>> #.#~rc# ==> 2.65~rc1 // release candidate
>> #.#.#   ==> 2.65.0   // initial release
>> #.#.#   ==> 2.65.1   // hotfix
> 
> Please, this has been discussed to death already. Nobody care what anybody 
> prefers. Unless you have an actual reason to ask for a format change (fit 
> better with current packaging systems for instance) please restrain yourself.
> 

Please, if you don't like this proposed change based on a real problem on 
Debian and not on my "prefers", refute it with arguments but do not tell me 
that I should keep quiet.

-- 
Jordi Sayol

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