robert at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Oct 23 21:27:11 PDT 2007
I'm planning to do a 0.2 -pre-stable release with glibc-2.5.1/linux-2.6 before
going to gcc42, removing anything which isn't 100% working.
It won't be maintained... it will be a cropped snapshot, unless something is
seriously wrong and a 0.2.1 is worth it.
So like, 0.x is a minor version change which includes new features which are
expected to be stable. A 0.x.y is a patch version on 0.x. 1.0 is when all
packages and features have been tested to be stable.
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