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Am 20 Apr 2005 um 12:17 hat Tres Seaver geschrieben:
> Jake wrote:
> > Ok...
> > 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.
> Independently released components *have* to follow this pattern;
> otherwise you cannot manage people's expectations, including backward
> and forward compatibility. People who run applications in production
> need "support releases" (the "third-dots") in order to get bugfixes
> without introducing disruptive / buggy new features.
> People who don't want to think about such issues need to use
> "distributions" which explicitly call out the versions of the
> subpackages they use. The Plone installer does this; the various
> Debian packages try to as well.
> - --
> Tres Seaver [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Zope Corporation "Zope Dealers" http://www.zope.com
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