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We are very pleased to announce that Foswiki 2.0 is available for download.  Nearly 7 years ago, November 19th, 2008, the Foswiki name was announced. Since then, the project has made approximately 20 releases of Foswiki. This release builds upon the collective effort of many developers and sponsors across the 7 year project history.  Foswiki 2.0 was built on 4 July 2015.  1 year, 6 months, 2 weeks since 1.1.9 was released.
Hello Foswiki Community, We are very pleased to announce that Foswiki 2.0 is available for download.  Nearly 7 years ago, November 19th, 2008, the Foswiki name was announced. Since then, the projec...
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The video visualizes the evolution of the Foswiki source code during the recent 6 years as it has been checked in to the github repository. Links are directories within the source code. Leafs are files. Those little dots floating around, that's the users interacting with the source code in various areas. The Gource homepage (https://code.google.com/p/gource/) has got more information about it. 
Agreed, having such a visualization for a wiki website is a lovely idea. To achieve this you'd need a way for Gource to harvest revision information not from GIT but from a Foswiki install...
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Foswiki will have a booth on this year’s CeBIT fair sponsored by Linux New Media AG. So come visit us in Hall 2, Section 58 at the Open Source Forum 6th – 10th March. More information at http://foswiki.org/Community/FoswikiCeBIT2012.
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4 is okay. Next is 5, then 6. Too hard to compress Linux Kernel changes into the normal reasoning behind major/minor/patch version triplets.
 
So, I made noises some time ago about how I don't want another 2.6.39 where the numbers are big enough that you can't really distinguish them.

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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One of your best videos. Lovely.
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