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Dear package maintainer,

we are sorry to tell you, that the recent release 0.4.0 of the
package HTML_CSS has been pulled by the PEAR QA Team. The release needed
to be pulled because of the following reason:

The version name is incorrect. The version state has to be appended to
ther version number for releases other than stable. This would have been
HTML_CSS-0.4.0beta.

Please fix the abouve stated issues and release the package again.
Thanks a lot for your appreciation.

With kind regards,
Toby (PEAR Core QA Team)
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  • Helgi Þormar at Nov 21, 2004 at 10:47 pm
    On Sun, 2004-11-21 at 22:39, Tobias Schlitt wrote:
    Hi,

    2 typos.
    Dear package maintainer,

    we are sorry to tell you, that the recent release 0.4.0 of the
    package HTML_CSS has been pulled by the PEAR QA Team. The release needed
    to be pulled because of the following reason:

    The version name is incorrect. The version state has to be appended to
    ther version number for releases other than stable. This would have been their
    HTML_CSS-0.4.0beta.

    Please fix the abouve stated issues and release the package again.
    above, maybe you might want to say "Please fix the issues stated above".
    Thanks a lot for your appreciation.
    "Thanks a lot for your work." ? Because usually you appreciate something
    is some does you for example a favor. "I appreciate what you did for
    me."

    Anyways just a little nitpicking here, at least fix those typos if this
    is going to be the "official" email to any further situations like this
    :-)

    Nice going.

    Regards
    Helgi
  • Alan Knowles at Nov 21, 2004 at 11:51 pm
    This part of the rule should have been deleted, - it's been stated
    repeatedly that the package manager should display state when
    installing, so there is no need for the suffix..

    Regards
    Alan

    Helgi Þormar wrote:
    On Sun, 2004-11-21 at 22:39, Tobias Schlitt wrote:
    Hi,

    2 typos.


    Dear package maintainer,

    we are sorry to tell you, that the recent release 0.4.0 of the
    package HTML_CSS has been pulled by the PEAR QA Team. The release needed
    to be pulled because of the following reason:

    The version name is incorrect. The version state has to be appended to
    ther version number for releases other than stable. This would have been
    their


    HTML_CSS-0.4.0beta.

    Please fix the abouve stated issues and release the package again.
    above, maybe you might want to say "Please fix the issues stated above".


    Thanks a lot for your appreciation.
    "Thanks a lot for your work." ? Because usually you appreciate something
    is some does you for example a favor. "I appreciate what you did for
    me."

    Anyways just a little nitpicking here, at least fix those typos if this
    is going to be the "official" email to any further situations like this
    :-)

    Nice going.

    Regards
    Helgi

  • Adam Gołębiowski at Nov 22, 2004 at 7:57 pm

    On Sun, Nov 21, 2004 at 05:39:19PM -0500, Tobias Schlitt wrote:
    The version name is incorrect. The version state has to be appended to
    ther version number for releases other than stable. This would have been
    HTML_CSS-0.4.0beta.
    IMHO That's kinda stupid...

    There is a statement, which says that:
    'The first release with state "RC" or "stable" must have a version
    number of "1.0.0".'

    which kinda implies the fact that 0.4.0 is not stable.

    If one wants to know what state given package is, he can check it either
    in package.xml or on package's homepage.

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