Verbose Guacamole Version Numbers Explained

Most software uses Semantic Versioning, or SemVer, to create versions for its projects that reflect how many versions there have been in the past. Some example SemVer numbers are v0.3.5, v1.2.0, and v2.0.1. Verbose Guacamole, on the other hand, uses Calendar Versioning—CalVer for short—to name its versions. The first version, for example, was v21.10 (technically v21.10.0). What does this mean?


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