Silico is under active development, and as such, users may occasionally be exposed to new features which are currently being tested and may not yet be ready for a general release.
We very much appreciate your patience when trialling new features using. User feedback at this stage is extremely valuable to us; if you have any comments or bug reports, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
What is meant by Alpha testing?
Alpha testing is a testing phase where early versions of features are deployed to a small number of selected users to accelerate feedback and iteration of the features.
At this stage, features should be considered unstable, and not yet ready for use in daily or critical workflows.
If you are interested in helping us test these early stage features by becoming an alpha tester, please send us an e-mail at email@example.com with your user account details.
What is meant by Beta testing?
Beta testing is a testing phase that comes after alpha testing, where more mature iterations of features are deployed to users more generally. These features may be deployed via opt-in flags which appear in project settings, or in users' profile settings.
Features which are in Beta should be considered mature enough to be useable, but liable to change in future, and so should not form fundamental parts of your workflow yet.