On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 07:53:25AM -0800, Joshua Drake wrote:
> #2 This is a longer topic. I have been stewing in my head about
> releases for years. I have even brought up the idea of an Ubuntu
> style release cycle on list once or twice. The more I think about
> it, the more I think this can help our community. We essentially
> would have two types of releases:
> STS:
> * Supported for 1 release cycle plus 6 months (18-24 months)
> * Inline upgrades supported
> LTS:
> * Supported for standard 5 years
> * Is allowed to break binary format from STS but not previous LTS.
> This allows two LTS versions per 5 year support cycle

I just don't buy the Ubuntu release model for our database.  Ubuntu is
trying to balance hot features vs stability, while we are really focused
on stability, similar to Debian.

  Bruce Momjian  <br...@momjian.us>        http://momjian.us
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