Hi Fabien
I googled stellarium 0 10 . 5 like Bogdan said  and a release of 0.10.5 is definitely a no no it may create too much confusion. I personally thought 0.10.4 should have been released as 0.11.0 it was much more than a bug fix. Then you could have safely released 0.11.1 as a bug fix. Even so I think there are enough new features to release a version 0 11.0.
I also agree with bogdan to wait the release of Ubuntu 10.04 in April and get a new stellarium package on ubuntu linux.

Barry Gerdes
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> From: fabien.chereau@googlemail.com
> Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2010 10:07:21 +0100
> To: stellarium-pubdevel@lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: [Stellarium-pubdevel] 0.10.5?
> Hi guys,
> I and others have been correcting some more little bugs/regressions
> lately, so it seems that we currently have a SVN version more stable
> than the 0.10.4. Following the forums I see that more and more people
> try to patch the soft on windows, so it may indicate the need to
> create a new bugfix release 0.10.5. What do you think?
> Fabien
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