Does Bridge use version numbers for each release? i.e. Version 1.0.0
Since Bridge is cloud hosted we don't maintain versions because every instance is working off of the same codebase of Bridge. What's the reason why you need a version number?
Thanks Ike. We regularly host audits and a few auditors have asked us about Bridge's authenticity and version history. Most applications typically display version numbers, and the fact that we couldn't find one on Bridge caused some concerns for the auditor. We'll probably create a document for future audits that explains how Bridge is unique in that it doesn't use version numbers.
That's helpful context. If they really needed some reference, any completion would correspond to the deploy the Thursday prior to that completion date for the "version" of Bridge. All of the records of what was released in that deploy are kept in the community in the Release Notes Space. Each deploy is marked by it's date in YYYY-MM-DD format.
For some further ammunition for you, Bridge's lack of version numbers isn't actually that unique among cloud solutions. For instance, you'd be hard pressed to find what version of Gmail, Box, Facebook or others is currently in use. You'll be able to find versioning for downloaded and locally installed tools (like Box's Sync), but not for the actual cloud service.
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