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Re: criteria for version 1.0

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: criteria for version 1.0
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 15:20:13 +0800
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On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 09:10:16PM -0700, Ben Pfaff wrote:
     After the PSPP 0.6.1 I got an email from RMS asking what else we
     need to do before we call it version 1.0.
     I think we're close.  Perhaps the next major release should be
     numbered 1.0.
     Does anyone want to say what they would consider requirements for
     a 1.0 release?

If 1.0 is supposed to be "generally usable", then my impression 
is that we need:

1.  Something to do within subjects analysis of variance and general
    linear models.   That means, at least the more common parts of the 
    GLM command, and the ANOVA and MANOVA commands.   I think Jason
    is doing good work towards this.

2.  A way to get good quality tables and charts,  displayed in the
    GUI, prefereably with some sort of interaction, and to be able to
    export them to OpenOffice.Org I understand you're working towards

Comments in blogs like this one :

seem to be the main complaint about pspp today.


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