Talk:3Delight

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Where's the beef?[edit]

I think it behooves whoever marks an article for quality issues to put forth some discussion on the issues they want to be addressed, and how the article could be better. Personally, I see nothing wrong with the level of detail presented in this article. It seems only mildly excessive to list each development code name of a piece of software that has had annual releases since its inception, but the fact that it has had new releases with such regularity I do find of interest. It also seems incongruent to mark an article as a stub and then also mark it for excessive detail. Wikipedia really needs to get its act together on how it's going to document software. Personally, I'd rather see errors of excess rather than omission. Dlw20070716 (talk) 16:26, 27 June 2011 (UTC)

I would say a piece of history would be welcome. By the way, the version list is outdated: last 3Delight major version is 10, not 9. --Hibou57 (talk) 19:34, 1 November 2011 (UTC)