[armedbear-devel] Bug triaging / new milestones available
blake at mcbride.name
Fri Mar 11 13:50:59 UTC 2011
Having a version number of zero point anything sends a message that
the application is not yet meant for real, production use. I see ABCL
as being sufficiently complete and reliable as to warrant a 1.0
release. Enhancements and bug fixes will likely go on indefinitely.
The question is, is ABCL sufficiently complete and reliable to be
called Common Lisp and used in a production environment? If the
answer is yes I think a version 1.0 is due. If the answer is no, what
are the steps necessary to get it there?
I didn't see a "Roadmap" link on the ABCL page. That would be great.
On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 3:21 PM, Erik Huelsmann <ehuels at gmail.com> wrote:
> Following the release, I closed the 0.25 milestone, opening the 0.26
> .. 0.30 milestones. These are still empty, but could be filled with
> the outstanding tickets. If you don't have Trac access, please express
> your preferences here; if you have Trac access, please update the
> tickets according to your preference.
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