From: Moore, Paul <Paul.Moore@at...> - 2004-05-12 08:00:58
From: David Goodger
> >> Proposal: we'll have a "current" directory which is a symbolic link
> >> to the latest release (0.3.3), and top-level files & directories
> >> (README.txt & .html, docs, spec, etc.) are symbolic links to the
> >> corresponding files/directories in "current".
> > And "stable", linking to 0.3.
> Unless a lot of other people support the stable/unstable idea, I think
> we should drop it.
I agree with David. Can't we just use "current" and "previous"? I'd hate
anyone to use 0.3 on the assumption that there was any way it was
"better" than 0.3.3.
Unless there is an intention that bug fixes get backported to the older
version (which the project doesn't have the resources for) then implying
that an older version is more stable than a newer one is misleading.
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