No need to edit the wiki - I'm convinced. :)

Being able to have a predictable future release schedule would be a big step forward for Semantic MediaWiki - it's something that even MediaWiki itself hasn't always been able to do - so it would be great if it works out.


On Sun, Aug 21, 2011 at 8:21 PM, Jeroen De Dauw <jeroendedauw@gmail.com> wrote:

> since knowing exactly when, say, SMW 1.8 will come out really is a guess

It is right now yes. This is not that good of a situation though. Having dates on the roadmap is definitely a good thing, as developers can better work towards these releases and people can anticipate releases. It's a bit silly to do if there are no features for such a release anyone wants to commit to, but dropping compat w/ certain MW versions in itself justifies a new release IMO. So if you can plan compat dropping, you can plan releases for it.

> Maybe there should just be two separate schedules?

I don't think there is a particular need for this, but it's a wiki, so feel free to edit as you see fit :)


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