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Re: Naming of new 2.0 release

*- John Goerzen wrote about "Re: Naming of new 2.0 release"
| Martin Schulze <joey@debian.org> writes:
| > The problem of increasing the version number such as releasing 2.0.1
| > and 2.0.2 is that many people, vendors, book stores etc. will think
| > that this is a completely new version of Debian and the "old" ond
| > is obsolete.
| Then the right answer is to educate them about the truth, not to
| insert a useless letter into the version numbering scheme, eh?
| I fail to see the difference between inserting an "r" and not
| inserting an "r".

I personally think something like 2.0 sr1 (sr = service release) or 
2.0 su1 (su = service update or security update) would mean more than

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 because by that time you will be a mile away and have their shoes." 
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