Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 7th Mar 2006 01:37 UTC, submitted by Valour
Gentoo "It's been a while since I last reviewed Gentoo Linux because there haven't been too many significant changes in the past few releases. I've been using it as my primary desktop operating system for a year and a half, though, and I've been running my main Web/email/database server on it since October of 2004. There's a reason why I've stayed with it that long, both as a desktop and server OS - and there's also a reason why I'm writing a review of the 2006.0 release after a long hiatus from Gentoo reviews." More here.
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RE[3]: Get a better name first
by eggs on Tue 7th Mar 2006 15:50 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Get a better name first"
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It's a perfectly natural version scheme, much better than versions that go from 3.9 -> 3.10 (good at math? not so much) or artifically inflated version numbers.

The period is not a decimal point, it's an arbitrary separator between major and minor version numbers. Just because you already have 10 (0-9) minor versions does not mean that the software is ready for a new major version.

I will, however, heartly agree with you about artifically inflated version... wtf?

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