yeah, I know , usually its about... has this area of functionality changed? (which we do try to list)
with 1.0.10 you are able to keep multiple copies of axoloti on your computer, so you can actually run 1.0.6 and 1.0.10 and see if its existing in 1.0.6. of course this assumes you can reproduce reliably and easily, but going thru that step is useful for devs anyway, as they need to be able to reproduce.
honestly, though with 1.0.10 its not a big deal, as I think most 'heavy' users are now on 1.0.10, so its almost 'defacto' released. its not ideal from a software engineering viewpoint, but its proven pretty tricky to get out the release, the longer the test has gone on, the more features were 'added' whilst we fixed 'critical bugs' and this formed a vicious circle, which unfortunately we have not quite broken free of yet.
which is why I'm kind of trying to separate stuff out into this release, and after.
unfortunately, Ive seen this on many open source projects, you get into a cycle, when there a perpetual unstable/beta/alpha release that everyone uses, since the last official release is years old. Its not healthy, as it kind of then mean half finished features and bugs are 'tolerated', since its an 'unstable/dev release' - and eventually, there are so many unfinished things, it actually becomes impossible to ever put out a proper release again
hence why I'm keen to break the cycle