[horde] scheduled date for new version?
boutilpj at ednet.ns.ca
Mon Apr 23 18:10:01 UTC 2012
On 04/06/2012 10:41 AM, Gunnar Wrobel wrote:
> Zitat von LALOT Dominique <dom.lalot at gmail.com>:
>> I remembered, one year ago, that you planned to launch a new version
>> once a
>> year. Correct me if I'm wrong.
> Every half year. See
> Though you should not attach this too much to a version number. April
> 2011 was Horde 4.0. October 2011 did not qualify for something we would
> have liked to call 4.1. We were more focussed on getting additional
> applications we had in Horde 3 ported to Horde 4. So we released those
> rather than working on the core packages and there was no need to bump
> the version number.
> We originally planned releasing Horde 4.1 this April and a while back we
> decided that we will break backward compatibility and call it Horde 5.0
Do you mean that you will not be able to upgrade to Horde 5.0 and you
will have to start fresh with new data?
> As we stick to "sematic versioning" (http://semver.org/) the version
> numbers have an actual meaning ;) and signify what is going on in the
> code. So we won't update it every half year if there is no need to do it.
> But we release something larger every half year.
>> Is there something new to come next?
> If you want details on what is currently in the pipe:
> Don't expect us to deliver the stable releases in April though. The
> releasing will start at the end of this month and we will see to which
> extend we can stick to the weekly release cycle we had the last two
> half-year terms. We were somewhat overbooked with new features for this
> cycle :)
>> Dominique LALOT
>> Ingénieur Systèmes et Réseaux
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