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Engine Project Planning
The Docker follows a time-based release process, currently aiming at releasing a new major version every two months. We issue a code freeze several weeks before the scheduled release date during which nothing but bugfixes can be added to the release.
Even though the process is time-based, the Docker Engine sets short-term goals for the upcoming release(s). However, time will always win over features: the code freeze will happen regardless of our goals being met.
|Milestone||Target date||Release captain||Goals|
|Docker 1.13.0||11/10/2016 (code freeze)||@vieux|
|Docker 1.11.0||04/12/2016||@mlaventure||Engine 1.11.0|
|Docker 1.10.0||02/04/2016||@thaJeztah||Engine 1.10.0|
|Docker 1.9.0||10/29/2015||@tiborvass||Engine 1.9.0|
|Docker 1.8.0||08/11/2015||@calavera||Engine 1.8.0|
|Docker 1.7.0||06/18/2015||@vieux||Engine 1.7.0|