The developers of the CyanogenMod Android derivative have announced the availability of the 11.0 M6 release. The announcement also includes details about changes in the release scheme; there will be no more "stable" releases; instead, the project will attempt to produce reliable "M" releases with increasing frequency. "Our goal is to get a release out every 2 weeks with the same quality and expectations you would have of a ‘stable’ release (label for that yet undecided). But with that goal, it further underscores how the label ‘stable’ no longer works for us. With the current M cycle, we have gotten our routine down to every 4 weeks; to get it to 2 weeks is ambitious, but we can do it, and it would benefit everyone." See the announcement for a list of changes in this release.
May 5, 2014
CyanogenMod 11.0 M6 is Available
Read more at LWN