El 13/05/16 a las 15:36, Josh berkus escribió:
> On 05/13/2016 11:31 AM, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
>> Josh berkus wrote:
>>> Anyway, can we come up with a consensus of some minimum changes it will
>>> take to make the next version 10.0?
>> I think the next version should be 10.0 no matter what changes we put
>> in.
> Well, if we adopt 2-part version numbers, it will be.  Maybe that's the
> easiest thing?  Then we never have to have this discussion again, which
> certainly appeals to me ...

Wasn't there some controversy about switching to major.minor versioning
this in -advocacy?


IMO, this versioning is pretty good and people understand it well, with
the other will be using postgres 13 by 2020, which isn't far away. ;)

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