The CloudNativeJS project also provides a "Module LTS Policy" based on the LTS policy for Node.js itself. This policy is designed to provide clarity to both module owners and module consumers around how long essential fixes should be provided on previous major versions once a new major version has been released.
This has been adopted for all modules provided by the CloudNativeJS project, as well as those provided from a growing list of other module owners. Eventually it is hoped that this approach will become the Node.js community standard for any module that wishes to provide an LTS policy, making the meaning of Node.js Module LTS consistent across modules.
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