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FYI, libvirt has now switched a time based rule for when to update its version number.

The short story: henceforth all releases will use 3 digits, and the next release will be 2.0.0, followed by 2.1.0, 2.2.0, etc, with stable releases incrementing the last digit (2.0.1, 2.0.2, etc) instead of appending yet another digit.

The long story: https://www.berrange.com/posts/2016/06/14/announce-libvirt-switch-to-time-based-rules-for-updating-version-numbers/
Until today, libvirt has used a 3 digit version number for monthly releases off the git master branch, and a 4 digit version number for maintenance releases off stable branches. Henceforth all releases will use 3 digits, and the next release will be 2.0.0 , followed by 2.1.0 , 2.2.0 , etc, ...
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Aside from the first digit, it sounds like semantic versioning?
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