[development] Go PHP 5, Go!
fgm at osinet.fr
Wed Jul 4 22:17:50 UTC 2007
More precisely, industry is mostly locked on the yearly period, notably for
budgeting considerations, hence once-a-year or once-every-other-year
releases, and multi-year support plans for enterprise-bound software,
instead of several-times-a-year.
So, if indeed we resumed a once-a-year schedule, updating every second
release would make sense.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerhard Killesreiter" <gerhard at killesreiter.de>
To: <development at drupal.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 12:03 AM
Subject: Re: [development] Go PHP 5, Go!
> Ubuntu is doing ths in order to get a higher industry adaption for their
> Linux distribution. Industry apparently likes to not have software every
> few years.
> However, Drupal is mainly used for Websites. Websites that show to the
> world how fashionable, geeky, modern, etc the company that has them is.
> For this reason, websites get refurbished every two years or so. Matches
> excellent to Drupal's release cycle if you only update every second
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