Calendar versioning has a long history, and CalVer users can be found in all areas of software development. This ever-growing, never-complete list of project names and example versions is open to expansion.
For more details about the notation and for more detailed use cases, see the CalVer overview.
From small to large, closed and open, many products have all profitted from incorporating calendar dates into their brands.
||4.10 - 17.04|
||13.10 - 17.03|
||95, 98, 2000|
Programming language standards are conventionally named for their year
YYYY), and comprise some of the oldest notable usages of
||83, 95, 2012|
||58, 60, 68|
||89, 99, 11|
||98, 03, 11, 14, 17|
||66, 77, 90, 95, 2003, 2008|
CalVer software libraries allow developers to evaluate their software freshness with just a glance at the dependency list.
System administrators appreciate a tool with a proper version.
If you know of a CalVer usage that does not fit into these categories, please submit it here.