On Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 1:43 PM, Erik Bray wrote:
That said, this doesn't match my workflow at all. After releasing
"1.0" the next version is going to be "1.1", and any development
pre-release will be "1.1.devX". "1.1a" might not ever even exist. I
think others brought up this critique at the time PEP 386 was being
discussed, but then nothing was ever done about it >_>

Yea, this concerned me because 1.1.devX < 1.1a1 < 1.1b1 < 1.1c1 < 1.1
is how i've seen it used in the wild. Looks like most everyone i've seen
using it so far has been doing it wrong. Don't think ive seen a single
person do it right.