From: Moore, Paul <Paul.M<oore@at...> - 2004-07-19 08:15:33
From: David Goodger
> snapshots, and occasional "official" releases which are mainly for
> the sake of PR and those who insist on only using official releases.
One other reason for having "official" releases is for other packages
which support Docutils and want to specify a version dependency. An
example of this is PyDS, which currently supports Docutils 0.3, IIRC.
Fairly frequent "official" releases helps here, as it avoids packages
either having to require a very old release, or to specify "CVS on date
XXX worked" or some equally vague statement.
But that's not about any statement of stability, so much as just having
a convenient label to refer to. I agree with David over the stable/alpha
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