Hi devs,

I've noticed that we are providing 4 different version lines (1.1.x, 1.0.x,
0.10.x, 0.9.x) in download page, and I expect we will add one more for
1.2.0. Moreover, we have one more develop version line (2.0.0 - master)
which most of development happens there.

Recently we're releasing 3 version lines (1.0.6 / 1.1.2 / 1.2.0)
simultaneously and it took heavy effort to track all the RCs and verify all
of them. I guess release manager would take more overhead of releasing, and
it doesn't make sense for me if we continue maintaining all of them.

Ideally I'd like to propose maintaining three version lines: 2.0.0 (next
major) / 1.3.0 (next minor - may not happen) / 1.2.1 (next bugfix) and
making others EOL (that respects semantic versioning and even other
projects tend to maintain only two version lines), but if someone feels too
aggressive, I propose at least we explicitly announce EOL to 0.x version
lines and get rid of any supports (downloads) for them.

Would like to hear your opinion.

Jungtaek Lim (HeartSaVioR)
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