I strongly recommended that the project engage in an incubation
release before engaging in a graduation review.
On 12/03/2013 04:00 PM, Martin Taal
Once in a while I get a warning message to set a release date
for the Texo project. So in the past I set it to a future
date, and this was 1st dec 2013.
The idea is to first get some traction. The past year the
number of users and the messages on the forum have increased
significantly. The 0.1 version number is a bit too modest.
Texo is being used already by several projects/users for a
while, it has a stable build with hunderds of tests being run.
I recently pinged Ed
(Merks) on a graduation/release review for Texo. It is my
plan to start the graduation process shortly and then try a
release q1 next year.
In any case sorry for the inconvenience, I deleted the
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On 12/03/2013 08:41 PM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
The Texo project is showing a 1.0.0 release  on Dec. 1.
AFAICT this is bogus.
Can somebody from the Texo project team please either correct my
assessment, update the release record, or remove it (you'll have
to send a note to emo@xxxxxxxxxxx
to request the removal; changing is better).
AFAICT, Texo is active and seems to be following the rules,
other than the yearly review requirement. The downloads area has
"interim" 0.1 builds which makes me think that the 1.0 release
in the metadata is a little premature. It is strongly
recommended that the project engage in an incubation release
before engaging in a graduation review.
AFAICT, the project predates the requirement for mentors. Does
the project require a mentor?
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