Re: should etch be Debian 4.0 ?
On 08/07/05, Steve Langasek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 11:57:25AM +1000, Drew Parsons wrote:
> > I'm already seeing documentation referring to "Debian 3.2 (etch)".
> Where is this? It's certainly wrong for documentation to make assumptions
> about the release version number at this point, and is the kind of thing
> that makes it harder to change later.
> And after all, isn't the point of codenames to avoid third-parties
> incorrectly attaching a version number to a not-yet-released version?
http://ru.wikibooks.org/wiki/LOR-FAQ-Debian seems to be saying Etch is 3.2
Also http://www.computerbase.de/lexikon/Debian seems to be saying the same.
(Got these from a google search of "etch 3.2 debian" (page 8 onwards)).
I suppose if etch does result in been 4.0 the media is going to say
that the project didn't keep to it's word?