Application Database RFC

Michael Cardenas michael.cardenas at
Fri May 3 08:35:20 CDT 2002

I also agree that this is a great idea and that the application database
needs to be changed to more accurately reflect the state of wine. 

I'm still of the opinion that the applications matter the most. 

How can we get these changes implemented? How can we integrate our old
data with this new format? We don't want to lose all the data we already

I also agree that we need os/platform/window manager data and that n/a
should be a 2, so we can one common score for complete applications.
That will make the data much easier to understand.  

On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 09:53:15PM -0600, Tony Lambregts wrote:
> I have done a lot of thinking about the Application Database
> lately and how the rating system works. We 
> currently have 848 Applications in there but only 58 with a 5 star 
> rating which works out to less than 10% and thats the good news. The bad 
> news is that of those 58 only 26 rate that without windows installed. 

michael cardenas
lead windows compatibility engineer

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