Andy Mikhailenko avatar Andy Mikhailenko committed 7fe01fe

Update documentation (FAQ)

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 Is Monk stable enough?
+**It depends** on requirements.  Feel free to use Monk in personal apps and
+prototypes.  Avoid using it in production until v.1.0 is out (or expect minor
+changes in the API and therefore ensure good coverage of your code).
     More than 90% of code is covered by tests.  The key modules are fully
-    The API is still not very stable.
+    The API is still evolving but the core is considered stable since v.0.7.
+    Even serious changes under the hood barely affect the public interface.
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