[Pmwiki-users] PmWiki development
Tom Cato Amundsen
Mon Jun 7 01:58:46 CDT 2004
On Sun, Jun 06, 2004 at 04:36:48PM -0600, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> Recently I've been working on a number of features that I and others
> have wanted to add to PmWiki, and over the past few weeks I've basically
> come to the conclusion that perhaps it's time for a redesign/rewrite
> of the core code. To that end, I've been developing a new version
Good. At some point it often is necessary.
> - Source code is maintained on sourceforge, available via anonymous CVS,
> and will be easier to document and explain
This is nice. It will speed up things. Even if you don't give write
access to many, people can test earlier and report bugs before you make
> This brings up the question of "what to call the new version?" Thus
> far I've come up with only a few ideas:
> 1. Release the existing 0.6 version (with a couple more enhancements)
> as "PmWiki 1.0", with the new version to be called "PmWiki 2.0".
> This is reasonable, as I think 0.6 has reached a level of
> maturity where it could justifiably be labeled as a 1.0 release.
> 2. Leave the existing 0.6 version as is, and designate the new
> version as "PmWiki 1.0" when it is officially released, perhaps
> being called "PmWiki 0.9" while it's continuing to be developed.
> 3. Rename the new version to something other than "PmWiki".
> Of the above, I think I prefer #2, but I'm interested in hearing what
> makes sense to others.
Personally I don't care if you choose #1 or #2. But I hope you don't
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