[ubuntu-us-in] Silly Question
ben.crowe at gmail.com
Thu Oct 11 04:33:48 BST 2007
I usually refer to the releases by name, like I call the upcoming release
"Gutsy" or "seven ten".
I refer to the current relese as "Feisty" or "seven oh four". (I've been
toying with Ubuntu since "Hoary" or "five oh four")
I'm a noob, but I guess I picked it up after listening to enough
On 10/10/07, Jason Corfman <computers at corfyscorner.com> wrote:
> Ok, this is a silly question, but with Gutsy Gibbon coming up, I need to
> When talking about the upcoming release, what is the best way to refer
> to 7.10?
> seven point ten
> seven point one oh
> seven point one zero
> seven point one
> seven ten
> seven one oh
> seven one zero
> seven one
> Or is it something else entirely?
> And while we are on the the subject, what about the last release (7.04)?
> seven point oh four
> seven point four
> seven point zero four
> seven oh four
> seven four
> seven zero four
> Jason "Corfy" Corfman
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