If I remember the LTS versioning concept correctly, jumping from dot-2 release to dot-2-release is the least exciting but sensitive upgrade strategy …
But my local (SE) edition strongly encourages me to move to the dot-0 release. Imho, the message could be bit less demanding, at least for the LTS releases (or be configurable).
Customers, unexperienced team members and the ops team could get nervous when I tell them that is is totally safe and intended not to upgrade when the blinking red warning sign tells them otherwise.
Which dot-2 release are you on, and which one is it suggesting to move to?
As far as I am aware, we just released our first-ever .2 release, being 2023.2, and there have been no releases since then. Yet
Ah. Then maybe I remembered the LTS versioning concept incorrectly … we are on 2023.1.2 (dot-2) and are strongly encouraged to move to 2013.2.0 …
So for LTS, I have to got to 2013.2.0?
Then my question was kind of stupid. Still there might be some value in considering the blinking red triangle for moving away from LTS …
With dot-2 version, we do indeed mean the minor releases, e.g. 2023.2 or 2024.2.
Questions are never stupid. Answers can be