Codenames

Since phpMyFAQ 1.4.x we're using codenames during the development for the next major phpMyFAQ releases. Here's the list of them with a describing Wikipedia article.

phpMyFAQ 1.x series (2001-2007)

  • phpMyFAQ 0.x (2001, 11 releases)
    Codename: -
  • phpMyFAQ 1.0.x (2001-2002, 3 releases)
    Codename: -
  • phpMyFAQ 1.1.x (2002, 7 releases)
    Codename: -
  • phpMyFAQ 1.2.x (2002-2003, 8 releases)
    Codename: -
  • phpMyFAQ 1.3.x (2003-2004, 17 releases)
    Codename: -
  • phpMyFAQ 1.4.x (2004-2005, 13 releases)
    Codename: Pan, a moon of planet Saturn
  • phpMyFAQ 1.5.x (2005-2006, 10 releases)
    Codename: Phoebe, a moon of planet Saturn
  • phpMyFAQ 1.6.x (2006-2007, 13 releases)
    Codename: Pluto, the second largest dwarf planet

phpMyFAQ 2.x series (since 2007)

  • phpMyFAQ 2.0.x (2007-2009, 18 releases)
    Codename: Prometheus, a moon of planet Saturn
  • phpMyFAQ 2.5.x (2009-2010, 8 releases)
    Codename: Pandora, a moon of planet Saturn
  • phpMyFAQ 2.6.x (2010-2011, 19 releases)
    Codename: Portia, a moon of planet Uranus
  • phpMyFAQ 2.7.x (2011-2013, 10 releases)
    Codename: Prospero, a moon of planet Uranus
  • phpMyFAQ 2.8.x (2013-today, 19 releases so far)
    Codename: Perdita, a moon of planet Uranus
  • phpMyFAQ 2.9.x (2016?)
    Codename: Proteus, a moon of planet Neptune
  • phpMyFAQ 2.10.x (2016?, based on 2.9))
    Codename: Phobos, a moon of planet Mars

phpMyFAQ 3.x series

  • phpMyFAQ 3.0.x (2016?)
    Codename: Poseidon, the god of the sea in Greek mythology