On Mon, Aug 1, 2016 at 1:41 PM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:

> Over the past couple of months I have already found myself
> writing "10.0" or "9.7^H^H^H10" to make it clear that I meant the next
> release version, because just "10" seemed too ambiguous.

​I thought that was just (and maybe some instances were) humor regarding
the general indecisiveness on the issue.​

>   Maybe I'm
> worried about nothing and the ambiguity mostly came from our not having
> settled the two-or-three-part-version-number question, but I'm not sure.

​I think this dynamic will sort itself out.
I suspect I'll end up using 10.x somewhat frequently though I'm mostly on
the lists.  I suspect the choice will be dependent on context and channel.

David J.

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