Right now, everything is alpha.
I don't believe that "release early, release often" is a good practise for most (free) software projects.
It works for some projects (like it did in '91 for Linus), but nowadays, there are so many free software projects, that it is not easy to reproduce what happened back then.
Often, people start
projects, uploading a couple of lines of code, thinking that
their "great idea" catches on and hundreds of developers will
See for yourself at sourceforge.net
there are probably thousands of orphaned projects, some authors to be
never uploaded anything, not even webpage, nothing in CVS, no files and
many don't even provide a short description.
For this reason, i did not upload anything as of now. I don't want to discourage people who download my code, maybe they even get it to compile, but when they run it and see that it is not possible to use it to read mail they forget about it and never come back, counting it as dead or "not usable".
To me, this means that, as long as the IMAP FETCH command
doesn't work (in other words: it is not possible to
use MB-IMAP with your favorite mail reader)
I will not upload anything.
If you want to look at the code, or want to help, please
contact me, I can send you a snapshot of MB-IMAP.