LMCE "0710" is now being beta tested, and release is imminent. It's called "0710" because it's based on Ubuntu 0710. But the Ubuntu version is named that because it was released in "2007/10" (October 2007), which satisfies both incremental version numbers and recalls just when it dates from. This new version of LMCE will not be released until 2008, and it's different from the previous version more because of LMCE project work than from upgrades in the underlying Ubuntu OS.
So maybe we shouldn't call it "0710", which names the version after both a date and a component that don't define it. Maybe LMCE should do what Ubuntu does, and name the release after the date it's actually released, padded with zeroes. In a year or so, a name like "0801" will mean a lot more than "0710".