What are the LTS releases? Is this somehow detectable by a user from the
name? Ubuntu, for example, adds "LTS" to the name of their releases,
e.g. "18.04 LTS". Maybe at
the title "Other Supported Release(s)" should rather be "LTS-Releases"
with obvious indication how long they will receive support. And, of
course, 1.10 should be named 1.10 LTS.
On 21/08/2019 09:07, Julian Foad wrote:
> Thomas Singer wrote:
>>> Probably the thing that would help me the most would be if
>>> the releases slowed down. If we want them on a schedule then do it
>> every 12
>>> months instead of 6.
> But... we are doing releases on a 24-month schedule. We are calling those "LTS" releases. They correspond in purpose and stability and frequency to the old minor releases.
> What is compelling you to do anything with the new "regular" 6-month releases in between LTS releases?
> Or did we not communicate sufficiently about the new release schedule?
> - Julian
Received on 2019-08-21 09:32:00 CEST