major delivery

<programming>

A (chiefly British) synonym for major release. E.g, the ninth major release of a piece of software might be called MD9. The release notation would be "v9.0".

Last updated: 1996-08-04

Majordomo

<messaging, tool>

A popular freeware mailing list processor written in Perl which runs under Unix. Majordomo is a "groupware" project which evolved from code by Brent Chapman <[email protected]>, with maintenance by John Rouillard <[email protected]>. The current Majordomo maintainer is Chan Wilson <[email protected]>.

A majordomo is a person who speaks, makes arrangements, or takes charge for another; from Latin "major domus" - "master of the house".

http://greatcircle.com/majordomo/.

Last updated: 2001-04-27

major release

<programming>

A release of a piece of software which is not merely a revision or a bug fix release but which contains substantial changes (e.g., an overhaul of the interface, change in compatibility).

Traditionally, major releases are numbered as X.0; for example, WordPerfect 6.0 is a major release, significantly different from any previous version; whereas WordPerfect 6.1 has only minor changes, and is, thus, only a revision.

See also major delivery.

Last updated: 1996-08-04

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