On 06/23/2016 01:58 AM, Baohua Yang wrote:
use "x.y-[alpha, beta, rc]-z" for tracking special release tag.I've modified my proposal to include this numbering scheme as an alternative; on the call today we should pick one.
On 06/23/2016 08:17 AM, Elisha Kendagor via hyperledger-tsc wrote:
It looks good. When a branch occurs does the branched off buildcontinue to iterate forward?
would like to propose a more converged versioning so that once 1.1.x which appears newer than 1.0.x branches out, then 1.0.x and other lower branched versions have only critical fixes which get merged into the higher branched versions and if necessary have an overall even higher conversion branch where the lower branches converge into, so that 1.0.x, 1.1.x, 1.2.x converge into perhaps 2.0.x. I hope that makes sense 😊. Opinions?
Yes, they'd run in parallel until such time as the developers decide to EOL a particular branch. So for example a critical security issue that affects 1.1.22 (older) and 1.2.3 (newer) would necessitate a 1.1.23 and a 1.2.4. Generally you don't converge the tail end of those branches, you just gradually give them fewer and fewer fixes, though any branch not yet explicitly EOL'd should have any security-related fix applied unless it requires major refactoring and risk. I suspect our customers will tend to demand LTS (long-term support) branches like Ubuntu has.
Executive Director at the Hyperledger Project