Linus Torvalds Says Linux Kernel v5.0 'Should Be Meaningless'
Following the release of Linux kernel 4.16, Linus Torvalds has said that the next kernel will be version 5.0. Or maybe it won't, because version numbers are meaningless.
The announcement -- of sorts -- came in Torvalds' message over the weekend about the first release candidate for version 4.17. He warns that it is not "shaping up to be a particularly big release" and questions whether it even matters what version number is slapped on the final release.
He says that "v5.0 will happen some day. And it should be meaningless. You have been warned."
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