Hi George – I humbly suggest that Centminmod adopt simpler version numbers. The current system is long, inconsistent, and confusing. For example, I think the current release is V1.2.3-Eva2000.09. I'm not sure what Eva refers to, and 2000 makes me think of the year 2000, which obviously can't be right. I'm not sure if 09 is a month (September), but if it is, then that's confusing because it would imply that 2000 is the year, which it can't be. On the Change Log page, you also call it "Aka 123.09beta01 Github Branch" – a completely different version number, which just adds confusion. You also call it "Centmin Mod .09 beta", which will add more confusion. I suggest having one and only one version number for any release, and that it be shorter and not include the string 2000. If you want to keep the core 1.2.3 part, then maybe you could add one or two digits to that. For example, the current release could be called 1.2.3_09. Since the Eva2000 string is included in all Centminmod versions, it's not really doing anything useful, probably causes confusion, and can be removed.