just to inform you, and BEG you fix that and review your versioning.
You did just cost me 5 days of work and caused a serious blunder in front of my customers eyes.
We had a system with a bitnami mysql as interim solution to be replaced with a custom stack. I used mysql-bitnami 5.6.37-1 assuming that inside is a 5.6.37 mysql for the interim, then building the custom stack with the 5.6.37 sources of mysql.
For ages you were keeping your versions in sync. Until 5.6.37-0.
Then since 5.6.37-1 you package mysql 5.7.19.
A major upgrade in a repackaging? Really? I am now completely ******. I used a 5.7 for interim and come with a 5.6 (cannot do better - quickly - for missing build tools in the customer environment) for the product. Bang! Deployment turned into a reputation-landslide.
Please ... WHY? Why hiding a major upgrade in a repackaging, esp if that upgrade poses mentionable hurdles in up and downgrading exports?`
I am genuinely disappointed, lost a four digit number in $ for inappropriately trusting your version-naming and got my reputation scratched. This is likely the last time I will ever propose using bitnami to a customer, simply because I cannot first check back all sorts of things you might have hidden in a build.
Sad and sorry,