We're slowly getting up there again, with 3.20 being imminent, and I'm once more close to running out of fingers and toes.
I was making noises about just moving to 4.0 some time ago. But let's see what people think.
So - continue with v3.20, because bigger numbers are sexy, or just move to v4.0 and reset the numbers to something smaller?
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