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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Couchdb Wiki] Update of "Roadmap_Process" by NoahSlater
Date Tue, 25 Jun 2013 20:11:12 GMT
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The "Roadmap_Process" page has been changed by NoahSlater:
https://wiki.apache.org/couchdb/Roadmap_Process?action=diff&rev1=11&rev2=12

  
   * Increment the major version number every time we introduce breaking changes
   * Increment the minor version number every time we add features
-  * Increment the bugfix version number every time we fix some bugs
+  * Increment the patch version number every time we fix some bugs
  
  If a feature release includes breaking changes, then we bump the major version number.
  
@@ -26, +26 @@

  
  Every three months, we will release a new feature release.
  
- These releases will contain any new features in them since the last release, as well as
any bugfixes.
+ These releases will contain any new features in them since the last release, as well as
any bug fixes.
  
  If the release contains breaking changes, it will be a major release, else it will be a
minor release.
  
@@ -34, +34 @@

  
  Therefore, at any one particular time, there should be four supported feature releases.
  
- == Bugfix ==
+ == Patch ==
  
- Every month in-between the feature releases, we will release bugfix releases.
+ Every month in-between the feature releases, we will release patch releases.
  
- We will do a bugfix release for any supported feature releases, where bugfixes are available.
+ We will do a patch release for any supported feature releases, where patches are available.
  
- This may involve backporting the bugfix to four supported feature releases.
+ This may involve backporting the patch to four supported feature releases.
  
- == Critical Bugfix ==
+ == Critical Patch ==
  
- Some bugs cause major interruptions in CouchDB’s or one of its core feature’s operation
for many or all users. These bugs can be classified as Critical Bugs.
+ Some bugs cause major interruptions in CouchDB’s or one of its core feature’s operation
for many or all users. These bugs can be classified as critical bugs.
  
  When a fix exists for a critical bug, the development team can decide to make an out-of-cycle
release that happens in between the timed release points.
  

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