Propositions on categories
Minh Ha Duong
haduong at centre-cired.fr
Fri Sep 12 08:27:34 CEST 2008
> >>> Good idea. It can go under "Maturity level"
> >> Can you give me examples of what you see as the sub-categories
> >> immediately under "maturity level"? I'm a little unclear on this.
> > Normally it goes like:
> > Pre-alpha, Alpha, Beta, Production/Stable (i.e. Gold), Mature.
> I see. And "Mature" means "historical"?
Not really, we have to add "Historical" to the list.
Some mature projects on Freshmeat: gcc, PHP, vim
I expect Mature projects to be roughly version 4 or later. They are not only
working well and feature complete, but the feature set is well rounded up,
the UI is polished, the codebase is known maintainable...
> Ideas and unimplemented are both pre-alpha :-)
Yes, we could probably get rid of one.
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