Term: stabler Class:  
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Created 28 April 2017
Last modified 28 April 2017
Contributed by Jeremy DeBarry


Definition: Fundamentally equivalent content (as permitted by the provider’s content variance policy) that is expected to be available for a longer period of time.
Examples: The identifier leads to an Ubuntu operating system “alpha” release but the user wants a “long term stable (LTS)” link valid for the next five years.