Re: About new release
Jean Christophe ANDRÉ wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Le lundi 15 décembre 2003 à 16h19 (+0100), Martin Schulze écrivait :
> > > The last stable release is 3.0r2, as announced here:
> > > http://www.debian.org/News/2003/20031121a
> > No. The last stable release is Debian GNU/Linux 3.0, which was
> > released on July 19th, 2002. http://www.debian.org/News/2002/20020719
> If the 3.0r2 is not a "release", how do you call it? An "update"?
We call it update or revision.
> If so, I think the Debian homepage should reflect this terminology!
In the announcement we do.
> For now we can read "The latest stable release of Debian is 3.0r1." and
> "The last update to this release was made [...]". I think this is confusing.
> I think we should read "The latest stable release of Debian is 3.0." and
> then "The last update to this release is 3.0r2, which was made [...]".
I guess that's what it was supposed to read. Need to refer to the web team here.
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