Normally IBM doesn't put the name of the next release out in advance. Obscure terms like rNext, +1 or some such thing are often employed.
But I can see why they do this for APAR's to ensure that the fix gets into the next release in case they have already spun up an early prerelease version.

Rob Berendt

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