Since you are calling this "1.0.0"
I assume this is also a "graduation review"? Assuming so, I myself
would like to see some of the more typical aspects of a "graduating
project" -- you know, like responsive to bugzillas, user lists/forums,
tutorials, that you have an "active community" (both committers
and users or adopters). To some extent, I know all of this is true, but
... for the sake of documentation would like to see more of it written
down in your release review document (not to mention, to be explicit that
it is also a Graduation Review).
I honestly like to see that kind of
stuff in every release review document, not just graduating, but think
it is more important for graduating projects.
If I've misunderstood (and you have
it there in your links or something I missed, or the process is changed
now and there is no such thing as a graduation review) feel free to say.
And, I don't mean a LOT of extra work
on your part ... just a few bullets ... maybe an extra hour or so writing
Eike Stepper <stepper@xxxxxxxxxx>
11/23/2014 04:40 AM
Oomph 1.0.0 Release
The Oomph project has scheduled its 1.0.0 release review: