There's too many plugins for me to track
each one, but I've noticed a few cases where some unnamed teams have had
a 1.0.1 plugin for our 1.0.2 maintenance release,
and then for our 1.5.0 release have
numbered it to be 1.0.2. (Ok, it was one of Tim's .. .I know he doesn't
mind me picking on him :)
So, thought I'd post this "public"
reminder to be sure to "leave room" in plug-in version numbering
sequences when moving from one major stream to another.
This is a good example, since, even
though highly unlikely, imagine if we have a 1.0.3 maintenance release
and Tim had to make a fix in that plugin, there is no "room"
1.0.1 and 1.0.2 to properly identify
the plugin as "more than" 1.0.1, but less than what whatever
is in the next major release ... so, I'd recommend that next major release
version be numbered 1.0.101
just to "leave room" in the
number range. Of course, maybe Tim has all this figured out and it
really should be 1.0.2 because he is never ever going to fix more bugs
in that code :)
... but, just wanted to remind everyone
there is a whole new level of responsibility in numbering our plugins correctly
that we are not used to, so, please review carefully, and let me know if
you have specific questions or concerns.