Can someone explain the multiple near simultaneous release versions? Edited

I'm a bit baffled by this:

August 22, they released 3.6.4
September 4, they released 3.7.0
September 6, they released 3.8.1

Why is there active development in 3 different production releases?  Which one is the actual current version?  

This multiple branch line is horribly confusing and unnecessary.  Stick with developing and progressing in a single minor version number!

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There's likely several builds inbetween that were not suitable for release or cancelled.

I agree though, they definitely went a bit off the rails this time and its not a normal trend.

I will say, if the logos haven't been updated yet, we'll likely see a quick release in the next couple weeks with those as well.



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