We are getting close to releasing a new version of Django Extensions to PyPi which means it's about time to bump the version number once again.
Right now our version number is at 0.9 so the question becomes what do we use next ? We can go and continue to increment with +0.1 which will make this the 1.0 release.
The thing for me with Django Extensions is that it's more a continuous process then something with 'stable' releases.
What I mean is that as a collection of extensions there is really no such thing as a 'stable api/abi' as there is in a framework codebase like Django itself.
So I don't mind either way. We can call it 1.0 and just increment that as long as we don't make any radical or major changes to the code base. Or just continue with the 0.x numbering for the time being.
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Posted on September 19, 2012