[isabelle-dev] Isabelle release
rafalk at cse.unsw.edu.au
Fri Jan 7 10:12:04 CET 2011
I think the yearly naming convention has a rustic charm about it, kind
of like french wines. We can all sit down one day and have a big
discussion which year was the best vintage. Reminisce about the more
intense full-bodied flavour of the second batch of 2009, which is lovely
in small sips, but can go a bit awry when large gulps are involved... or
the effect on the palate of annually increasing Scala overtones; it
shall be grand!
On a more serious note, +1 for calling it Isabelle 2011.
On 07/01/11 20:00, Michael Norrish wrote:
> On 7/01/11 7:53 PM, Tobias Nipkow wrote:
>> I don't see any good reason for the skewed naming scheme of 2009-x in
>> 2010 or 2011. We should use the year that the release was made in,
>> period. That avoids unproductie arguments on how major or minor a
>> release is.
> Or dispense with year numbers entirely.
> Even Microsoft gave up on that idea for Windows.
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