go gold

go gold

(testing)
The point in the life of a software product where it is declared ready to release for sale. This may be because it has reached sufficiently high quality (freedom from bugs, etc.), or because it is financially expedient.
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National Initiative Encourages People and Organizations to Go Gold for Awareness and Research to Cure Childhood Cancer
THE country is set to go gold medal crazy once again as the Paralympics prepares to get under way - and Teessiders can catch all the action and medal glory.
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Summary: Britain's Got Talent's Faryl Smith is set to become the first classical artist to go gold within a week of releasing a debut album.
It was the first debut record to go gold in Britain, and reached the top ten in the United States.
The better establishments even give you a hand massage while you go gold or strawberry or midnight blue.
Sophie saw her debut album Tongues and Tails go gold and win her a Grammy nomination in 1992.
Jamie Cullum, 24,dubbed the David Beckham of the jazz world, has seen his debut major label album go gold in just a fortnight.
And the record label has signed four acts already, with the first one, Sonique, about to go gold (that's 500,000 records sold).
And Dedee keeps her promise: Her heart doesn't go gold.
According to SunnComm's President, Peter Jacobs, "Not included in our 2,000,000+ monthly figure is the substantial residual revenue associated with every commercial release from these major artists due to manufacturing reorders of CDs as these popular albums go gold and then quickly become platinum-selling albums.
Not only did the digital song go gold this week selling close to 600,000 units in total, but the ring tone also reached gold status selling over 500,000 ring tones in total.