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SubjectRe: maturity and status and attributes, oh my!
Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> it may be that some people had a different understanding of what was
> meant by "maturity" than i did. what *i* meant by that attribute is
> a feature's current position in the normal software life cycle, and
> that would be one of:
>
> experimental -> normal (stable) -> deprecated -> obsolete

People who actually write and maintain code disagree with your
imaginative interpretation.

Jeff, who notes the snipping of CC from previous thread





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