||We'll get to here pretty soon.
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Despite this build being labeled < 1.0, openSEAL
is based on years of industry experience. Its low
number represents our conservatism with versioning
and the fact that interfaces may change over time.
We also feel that peer review is an essential part
of any open source project, so we'll progress towards
a stable version as adoption increases. That said,
we'll push new builds periodically, so please sign up
for the release mailing list or come back often.
There are several different build types. The list below is a guide
to help you select the one that most suits your needs:
- Release Builds
These are thoroughly peer reviewed and should provide rock-solid
reliability. If your scales tip towards less bugs rather than
more features, then this is the version you should download.
- Stable Builds
If you are looking for something that's stable, is pretty well
peer reviewed, and not too far behind the curve on new features
- in other words a good compromise between quality and features,
then we recommend this build. We ask that you consider Stable
Builds if you can ... the more it is peer reviewed, the more bugs
are fixed and the quicker new features get the Release label.
- Integration Builds
These are compilations of submissions from contributors, generally
reviewed and unit tested by the core team and pushed out for peer
review. If you want the most features and can tolerate having
to potentially do some bug fixing, then this is for you.