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We release whydah components in alfa, beta and steady releases.
Alpha is the latest and greatest coordinated component release, ready for testing the whole stack together.
Beta is integration tested with 3rd party vendors and considered production ready.
Steady is production ready in HA context.
* Latest stable release: *Whydah 2.5*

h3. Latest steady release is ...
See [Steady-release log]
A bug fix release follows a stable release, when necessary. Bug fix releases add a sequence number to the product release number. Thus, the first bug fix release for Whydah *2.0* will be version *2.0.1*, then *2.0.2*, as necessary. A bug fix release replaces the previous stable release.

h3. Latest beta release is ...
See [Beta-release log]
Bug fix releases are follow-ons to stable releases. Bug fix versions automatically start at stability *"rc"*, reflecting the fact that only localized bug fixes are expected to be included in such a release. Once all desired bug fixes are in place, a stability vote (to "stable") is followed by a release vote.

h3. Latest alfa release is 2.0-alpha-16
See [Alpha-release log]

h3. Releases

* [Whydah 2.6 - Release Log] (Oct 2020)
* [Whydah 2.5 - Release Log] (August 2018)
* [Whydah 2.4 - Release Log] (December 2017)
* [Whydah 2.3 - Release Log] (September 2017
* [Whydah 2.2 - Release Log] (April 2017)
* [Whydah 2.1 - Release Log] (December 2015)
* [Whydah 2.0 - Release Log] (October 2014)


h3. Preview Versions

* [Whydah 2.* - Release log]

* *alpha* versions are not stable; the represent functionality in flux; classes and methods may be renamed or otherwise refactored between releases.
* *beta* versions occur once main functionality is complete; they exist to fix bugs in both old and new functionality, and fill any gaps in functionality.
* *rc* versions are "release candidates"; the functionality should be solid; the point of a release candidate is to get wide exposure to the new codebase to ensure that the final release is free of bugs.


h3. Planned releases

* [Whydah 2.7 - Release Log] (November 2020+)
* [Whydah 3.0 - Encrypted tokens and high security applications]
* [Whydah 4.0 - DEFCON and handling installations under attack]