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Zend does *not* recommend components in the laboratory for production use.

h3. Standard Library Incubator
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All components in the standard library incubator will not be officially supported by Zend, although these components will be supported by Zend if and when they are promoted to the standard library.
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Proposals approved for the standard library incubator will be considered for eventual inclusion in the standard Zend Framework library, but they must remain in the standard library incubator until they are fully developed and ready for promotion to the standard library.
In the standard library incubator, the proposal author begins initial development with or without the assistance of other community members. Documentation and tests are also developed at this time, according to the [Zend Framework Documentation Standard|ZFDEV:Documentation Standard] and [Zend Framework Testing Standards|ZFDEV:Testing Standards]. In particular, all features must be documented with sufficient unit test code coverage.
All components introduced in the standard library incubator should follow the naming convention of 'Zend_*'.
All new issues reported against the component should be tracked in the [issue tracker|http://framework.zend.com/issues] in the standard library incubator project.
If a component is moved from the standard library incubator to another library, your liaison will move its issue tracker component from the standard library incubator project to the appropriate project and any material from the standard library incubator Subversion directory to the appropriate location in SVN.
Zend does *not* recommend components in the standard library incubator for production use.

h3. Extras Library Incubator
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All components in the extras library incubator will not be officially supported by Zend, and Zend does not intend to support these components in the future.
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Proposals approved for the extras library incubator will be considered for eventual inclusion in the extras library of Zend Framework, but they must remain in the extras library incubator until they are fully developed and ready for promotion to the extras library.
In the extras library incubator, the proposal author begins initial development with or without the assistance of other community members. Documentation and tests are also developed at this time, according to the [Zend Framework Documentation Standard|ZFDEV:Documentation Standard] and [Zend Framework Testing Standards|ZFDEV:Testing Standards]. In particular, all features must be documented with sufficient unit test code coverage.
All components introduced in the extras library incubator should follow the simple naming convention of 'ZendX_*'.
All new issues reported against the component should be tracked in the [issue tracker|http://framework.zend.com/issues] in the extras library incubator project.
If a component is moved from the extras library incubator to another library, your liaison will move its issue tracker component from the extras library incubator project to the appropriate project and any material from the extras library incubator Subversion directory to the appropriate location in SVN.
Zend does *not* recommend components in the extras library incubator for production use.

h3. Core Library
All components in the standard library are officially supported by Zend.
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A component or proposal that has been fully developed, documented, and tested according to our [documentation standard|ZFDEV:Documentation Standard] and [testing standards|ZFDEV:Testing Standards] in the standard library incubator may be approved by the Zend team for inclusion in the ZF standard library. At this time, your liaison will move its issue tracker component to the Zend Framework standard library project and Subversion materials to the standard library location in SVN.
Zend *does* recommend components in the standard library for production use.

All components in the Extras Library are not officially supported by Zend.
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A component or proposal that has been fully developed, documented, and tested according to our [documentation standard|ZFDEV:Documentation Standard] and [sesting standards|ZFDEV:Testing Standards] in the extras library incubator may be approved by the Zend team for inclusion in the ZF extras library. At this time, your liaison will move its issue tracker component to the Zend Framework extras library project and Subversion materials to the extras library location in SVN.
Zend *does* recommend components in the extras library for production use.