Today I made some status badges to represent the quality of the code I publish on the internet. Here they are.
Inspired heavily by arp242. See his post for more details on semantics.
May work, or may sacrifice your first-born to Justin Bieber.
Should work for most purposes; is reasonably bug-free and documented.
Does what it needs to do and there are no known bugs; don’t expect any large changes or feature additions.
The author has stopped working on it, but should still work and may still be useful.
Works, probably, for the author. Not intended to work for others, but still public.
And the markdown:
[![This project is considered experimental](https://img.shields.io/badge/status-experimental-critical.svg)](https://benknoble.github.io/status/experimental/) [![This project is considered stable](https://img.shields.io/badge/status-stable-success.svg)](https://benknoble.github.io/status/stable/) [![This project is considered finished](https://img.shields.io/badge/status-finished-success.svg)](https://benknoble.github.io/status/finished/) [![This project is archived](https://img.shields.io/badge/status-archived-critical.svg)](https://benknoble.github.io/status/archived/) [![This project is personal](https://img.shields.io/badge/status-personal-important.svg)](https://benknoble.github.io/status/personal/)
See my Dotfiles for a vim command I use to insert the markdown.