Just a quick question:

0.8.0 was just released and the next planned release is 0.8.1, and the
next major set of updates (coordinator, etc) is targeted at 0.9.0. It
seems like we are using the pattern 0.<major>.<minor> instead of

So what happens if we have a bugfix release for 0.8.0? Would it bump to

A good example would be how to fix
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/KAFKA-1174 - the solution probably
involves bumping the version number.


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