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From what I gather in the suggestion - would be nice to support the latest version of Django - of course it makes sense. Regarding branching of versions - it has become required since at some point versions of Django became mutually incompatible. Perhaps this will stop being the case at some point.

At this point it is not hard to maintain sub-versions 0.7 - 0.10, so older version still continue to receive updates and their templates and internationalization strings are almost fully compatible.

From what I gather in the suggestion - would be nice to support the latest version of Django - of course it makes sense. Regarding branching of versions - it has become required since at some point versions of Django became mutually incompatible. Perhaps this will stop being the case at some point.

Regarding how to name the versions - I think it's not that important as long as the scheme is understandable.

At this point it is not hard to maintain sub-versions 0.7 - 0.10, so older version still continue to receive updates and their templates and internationalization strings are almost fully compatible.