When @Prokopyl and I started to plan the development of
rust-lv2, we more or less agreed to complete the development and release it to crates.io once all I said and done. However, according to the repository statistics and comments, there are already people out there trying to use it. I think it would be better for them to have a proper release that is more or less stable instead of using a git repository, whose contents might change and break any time and that isn’t managed with semantic versions.
Therefore, I propose to have a
0.1 release when the
worker specifications are implemented. Then, almost everything a plugin creator might want to use (except for UIs) is there. This would boost the interest in the project and give us valuable feedback or even contributions. The remaining specifications would be implemented and released using this feedback until everything is done and we have the
What do you think about that?