So let me get this right.
2.7.x -> 2.8.x -> 2.9.x -> 2.10.x -> 2.11.x ?
I am sorry, but that is really confusing, but not as confusing throwing in
X3.0 and 3.0 and maybe 4.0 (way too early in my opinion).
I mean, I am just a simple guy, building simple sites with Zope, but all
of that just seems to confuse the issue (think SNL Caveman Lawyer)
Now, add to that CMF 1.4.8 and CMF 1.5.1 (both new releases) and Plone 2
and what you have is a nightmare for any new users or someone who doesn't
want to use a chart to figure out what to install.
Oh, and Python as well. 2.3.4 -> 2.4, etc.
Jim Fulton said:
> Jake wrote:
>> IIRC, it was supposed to go:
> I don't know where you would have gotten this recollection.
>> 2.7 -> 2.8 -> 2.9 -> 3.0 (merge)
> No, there will certainly be 2.10, 2.11, etc.
>> X3.0 -> X3.1 -> 3.0 (merge)
> No. I have no intention of restarting the numbering when we add
> transition support.
>> And that was the whole point of putting X in front of the 3, so you
>> know it was not really Zope 3.0, but X3.
> No. The whole point of X was to set people's eXpectations. :)
> As long as the X is there people should not to expect support for
> transitioning Z2 apps t Z3.
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