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v1.80 Released[edit]

I noticed today that version 1.8 was released. [1] I am updating the side bar of information, but other changes may be necessary based on new features. --Computermacgyver (talk) 04:49, 12 March 2009 (UTC)


Regarding the {{notability}} template added by User:Intgr on April 19, 2007 and again on April 25, 2007, I believe that notability has now been sufficiently established for this article. Primary and secondary sources have been added to cite references and show significant usage by third-party software packages. A trivia section has been added to show high-ranking statistics from SourceForge with citations. A reference was made to notable usage by an organization for presidential elections voting issues. Finally, links were added to independent blog articles and a security assessment resource.

Incidentally, this topic is also on the requested articles list. Given these points, I am requesting removal of the {{notability}} template, or specific feedback regarding exactly what else needs to be done to establish notability. Thanks, Alan 04:22, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

Sorry for taking this long to reply; I appreciate your effort, but the only linked articles that would help establish notability appears to be the article, and the ZDNet blog article, both quite short and not uncomprehensive. Other links are either primary sources or not reliable sources.
Note that articles with notability problems are not typically deleted or merged unless there are other problems as well. -- intgr 06:58, 2 May 2007 (UTC)
I have added a link to an article in The Age, a major Australian daily newspaper that details PHPSurveyor. Does this meet the requirements of reliable and notable source? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)
Thanks. The article needs work IMO, but I'll remove the notability tag. -- intgr #%@! 22:39, 31 May 2007 (UTC)

I have changed the auto-assessment quality-class "Stub," which must have stuck from earlier article versions, to "B." It is possible that a closer examination would result in a higher rating, as the article seems reasonably complete, but I also found some slightly non-neutral language and felt it would be safer to choose "B." --OttoG (talk) 09:22, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

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