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What will be the revision number of alpha 0.0.24?


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I open that thread so we can make a pronostic of the revision number of alpha 0.0.24 suggestions, the winner will win the pleasure to have win.

Some hints to help you in your pronostic. I used https://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/Changelogs#Alpha0.0.x

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(I used the current date and revision number for 0.0.24)
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update:

    release date revision number commits time commit per day
0.0.24 suggestions 2020-09-27 24071 2250 863 2,61
0.0.23 Ken Wood 2018-05-18 21821 1899 295 6,44
0.0.22 Venustas 2017-07-27 19922 1007 261 3,86
0.0.21 Ulysses 2016-11-08 18915 950 222 4,28
0.0.20 Timosthenes 2016-03-31 17965 667 191 3,49
0.0.19 Syllepsis 2015-09-22 17298 887 197 4,50
0.0.18 Rhododaktylos 2015-03-09 16411 562 149 3,77
0.0.17 Quercus 2014-10-11 15849 701 152 4,61
0.0.16 Patañjali 2014-05-12 15148 762 145 5,26
0.0.15 Osiris 2013-12-18 14386 590 107 5,51
0.0.14 Naukratis 2013-09-02 13796 464 154 3,01
0.0.13 Magadha 2013-04-01 13332 337 107 3,15
0.0.12 Loucetios 2012-12-15 12995 359 101 3,55
0.0.11 Kronos 2012-09-05 12636 773 113 6,84
0.0.10 Jhelum 2012-05-15 11863 524 62 8,45
0.0.9 Ides of March 2012-03-14 11339 536 82 6,54
0.0.8 Haxāmaniš 2011-12-23 10803 515 97 5,31
0.0.7 Geronium 2011-09-17 10288 502 71 7,07
0.0.6 Fortuna 2011-07-08 9786 256 52 4,92
0.0.5 Edetania 2011-05-17 9530 481 67 7,18
0.0.4 Daedalus 2011-03-11 9049 217 91 2,38
0.0.3 Cerberus 2010-12-10 8832 419 54 7,76
0.0.2 Bellerophon 2010-10-17 8413 443 63 7,03
0.0.1 Argonaut 2010-08-15 7970 7970    
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The poll is closed. Notice that Nescio was close to the correct revision number.

I didn't exactly know what was exactly the release date, so I took as ending the commit which bumps the version number.

    release date revision number commits time commit per day
0.0.24 Xšayāršā 2021-02-27 24938 3117 1016 3,07
0.0.23 Ken Wood 2018-05-18 21821 1899 295 6,44
0.0.22 Venustas 2017-07-27 19922 1007 261 3,86
0.0.21 Ulysses 2016-11-08 18915 950 222 4,28
0.0.20 Timosthenes 2016-03-31 17965 667 191 3,49
0.0.19 Syllepsis 2015-09-22 17298 887 197 4,50
0.0.18 Rhododaktylos 2015-03-09 16411 562 149 3,77
0.0.17 Quercus 2014-10-11 15849 701 152 4,61
0.0.16 Patañjali 2014-05-12 15148 762 145 5,26
0.0.15 Osiris 2013-12-18 14386 590 107 5,51
0.0.14 Naukratis 2013-09-02 13796 464 154 3,01
0.0.13 Magadha 2013-04-01 13332 337 107 3,15
0.0.12 Loucetios 2012-12-15 12995 359 101 3,55
0.0.11 Kronos 2012-09-05 12636 773 113 6,84
0.0.10 Jhelum 2012-05-15 11863 524 62 8,45
0.0.9 Ides of March 2012-03-14 11339 536 82 6,54
0.0.8 Haxāmaniš 2011-12-23 10803 515 97 5,31
0.0.7 Geronium 2011-09-17 10288 502 71 7,07
0.0.6 Fortuna 2011-07-08 9786 256 52 4,92
0.0.5 Edetania 2011-05-17 9530 481 67 7,18
0.0.4 Daedalus 2011-03-11 9049 217 91 2,38
0.0.3 Cerberus 2010-12-10 8832 419 54 7,76
0.0.2 Bellerophon 2010-10-17 8413 443 63 7,03
0.0.1 Argonaut 2010-08-15 7970 7970    

 

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35 minutes ago, fatherbushido said:

The poll is closed. Notice that Nescio was close to the correct revision number.

Given that I was the only one who suggested a number, it's hardly surprising I won.

35 minutes ago, fatherbushido said:

I didn't exactly know what was exactly the release date, so I took as ending the commit which bumps the version number.

This is wrong. You should take the revision that bumps the version number as the start of a new alpha and the release announcement as the end of the previous alpha. Moreover, as I already pointed out over a year ago, your table is misleading, since you're including A23b under A24. If you do it properly, you get:

Xšayāršā: 2991 commits in 787 days (2018-12-26 to 2021-02-20) → 3.801 commits per day

Ken Wood: 2024 commits in 512 days (2017-07-29 to 2018-12-23) → 3.953 commits per day

Venustas: 1007 commits in 259 days (2016-11-10 to 2017-07-27) → 3.888 commits per day

See https://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/Changelogs

 

PS How's your fork?

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Is it what I actually did (the bumping commit being https://trac.wildfiregames.com/changeset/24939)?

I would agree for introducing a23b in it, but it didn't exactly match in the table: it hasn't a name and why isn't it call a24?

So I am ok for introducing it in the table, but then I would have to include a24b (see http://releases.wildfiregames.com/). In that case, if you link me the related revision number I should use for it, I will include them in the table.

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18 hours ago, fatherbushido said:

Is it what I actually did (the bumping commit being https://trac.wildfiregames.com/changeset/24939)?

I would agree for introducing a23b in it, but it didn't exactly match in the table: it hasn't a name and why isn't it call a24?

So I am ok for introducing it in the table, but then I would have to include a24b (see http://releases.wildfiregames.com/). In that case, if you link me the related revision number I should use for it, I will include them in the table.

19923 (2017-07-29) was the start of A23 development and 21947 (2018-12-26) was the start of A24 development. You're starting A24 with 21821 (2018-05-16), which is basically shifting the goalposts by seven months, distorting the numbers. A23b was very much part of the release process of A23 and the game remained under a feature freeze; no work was done on A24 during this time. Likewise, A24b is part of A24, not the start of A25. If I recall correctly, the last commit for A24 was on the 18th, the release was bundled on the 19th, and the release announcement was posted on the 20th; one or two things slipped through, which were quickly corrected with the rerelease of A24b on the 21st. Nothing was done in the next few days, to be able to do another rerelease if necessary, and the development of A25 started yesterday, with 24939 (2021-02-27).

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