Subject: Re: Tangent: Current-kernel revision naming...
To: Chris G. Demetriou <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/15/2000 22:00:32
>looking at the picture on
>http://www.netbsd.org/Releases/release-map.html (and excluding the
>dashed arrows if you're inclined to include them 8-), the cvs tree
>branched for the 1.3* family of releases exactly where the tree in the
>picture forks (i.e., in exactly one place, after 1.2<whatever>).
of course. and that's the place where i wanted to attach the name 1.3
omega. although...perhaps omega is a little wrong, since we're
already using alpha and beta for another purpose. maybe i could call
it 1.4 aleph? or 1.4 epsilon?
it's that "common" point after 1.3[A-Z] ended, but before 1.4[A-Z]
started, and from where 1.4[A-Z] and 1.4 (the release) sprang. that's
the concept i've been searching for this whole time.
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