Starting from the September release of 2020 we went rolling and stopped using ‘versions’.
Users mistakenly thought that the version was THE indicator to know if the operating system was up-to-date.
The version number could not be less important. It is just a text file. A text file anyone can change to any version they like.
It has no value what so ever.
So the new ‘version’ is now rolling like Arch Linux.
At the same time we introduced some kind of reference for ourselves.
Knowing what iso a user starts with can help us analyze what issue a user has and find a solution.
A new file /etc/dev-rel and a new alias ‘iso’ were created for that reason.
Possible text for the /etc/dev-rel file
ISO_BUILD=Wed 15 Jul 2020 01:23:01 PM CEST