|Xqt added a comment.|
I agree with Dalba. I've no idea for what the major release stands except 1.0 means trunk, 2.0 means the interim rewrite stable branch and 3 the current master which never will change in future except we have a complete code redesign.
I think semver release counting is wellknown what it means and is PEP440 compatible. And finally we can prepare the next release before published at pypi for example. Currently we mark the release after publishing which is also wrong because a new version is started then.
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