William Harold Newman <william.newman@...> writes:
> As hinted in the NEWS file, and as discussed a little on the
> sbcl-devel mailing list, it has come time to think about calling this
> thing version 1.0. The 1.0 release may well just be another fairly
> ordinary time-boxed release; I think it's slightly more likely to be
> in late November than late October, so perhaps the answer to "0.9.99?"
> is "0.9.98, actually."
Speaking of 1.0 and so on, even though it is likely to be just another
time-boxed release, it might also be an opportunity for us to collect
our thoughts and present them in various different media. For my own
dayjob community's point of view, a paper describing various
interesting bits of stuff in SBCL (maybe targeted at a journal
something like "Software: Practice and Experience") would be
appropriate, I think. Firstly, would there be any objections to an
effort along those lines, and secondly, would anyone be interested in
collaborating on it?