Post all other topics which do not belong to any other category.
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At the very least the download archive page implicitly lists the final stable versions for each subversion. (At least I don't remember any subversion that ended with a non-stable release?)
*scratch head* This Page mentions some stable releases but some are missing -- for example 1.1.30, 1.1.21 and 1.1.19 (the first stable 1.1 version IIRC). For me "subversion" would mean "1.0" and "1.1". But this doesn't match that page.
So what does "subversion" mean in this context/page?
Author of: Factorio Blueprint Decoder
FYI 0.18 never had a stable release.
(And for others, 017 had 3, so the downloads page does not have all of them)
Good point. I guess 1.0.0 was technically the stable release for 0.18.x. The archive actually reflects this by not offering any of the 0.18.x versions for download :D.
Yea, I know. That's why I said "the final stable version" (as in "just one of multiple"). It was more of a "welp, here's a list of at least some stable versions" type answer. If @OP absolutely needs a complete mapping of all versions to stable/experimental then I don't know where to get that. Maybe the Internet wayback machine? *cough*.