Make labels in relay version graph more useful
Runa says new users have trouble making sense of the labels "0.2.1," "0.2.2," etc. in the relay version graph. They need something like "0.2.1 (stable)" and "0.2.2 (unstable)," or they don't understand the graph.
Here are two ways to implement this:
Add labels to the current stable and unstable version in the legend. This might be "0.2.1 (stable)," "0.2.2 (unstable)," and "0.2.3 (experimental)" right now. Don't add labels to older versions. However, this may be confusing if people look at a graph from, say, 2009, seeing 0.2.1 as the "stable" version. Also, we'd have to update the labels whenever a new version becomes stable. A graph from 2009 would look even funnier with 0.2.2 as the "stable" version.
Add a comment to the text above the graph saying which versions are stable, unstable, and experimental right now. This works for people reading text, but who does that when there's a graph right below?
Right now I prefer the second approach. Are there other approaches?