Dvorapa added a comment.

OK. I'm not against semver, I used it a lot in some of my older projects so I can see some serious questions we should solve before presenting this change: How this change will affect the developers? Will we require to increment PATCH number for every bugfix made and MINOR for every improvement? Or this change is just for PyPi and HISTORY.rst purposes and no developer needs to struggle with that?

PS: If we will follow semver, pywikibot could rapidly increment to 5.0.0 in several months if Py3.3 and Py2.6 abandoned separately. How would the Pywikibot users react about this massive jump? Or should dropping of old Python release support be excluded of backward incompatible changes in other way semver allows (build metadata)?



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