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Kurt Hornik ▴ 10
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Dear maintainers, This concerns the packages CORREP Icens RBGL RLMM gpls hexbin hopach impute maanova qvalue maintained by one of you. As you are certainly aware, these packages are curently hosted on both CRAN and Bioconductor (and the latter has a strong preference to avoid double hosting). With the new BioC release out, the versions of your packages on CRAN are now one BioC release cycle behind the BioC release versions. We do not put packages on CRAN which are not submitted to CRAN (and this time there will be no more "automatic submission" on your behalf from the BioC release team). So: * If you want to continue to have your package hosted on CRAN as well, pls submit the currently BioC release version to CRAN's incoming. * Otherwise, please let us know that from now on your package should exclusively be hosted on BioC: we will then archive the package on CRAN, and provide corresponding information on the CRAN package web pages. Whatever your decision, pls let us know as soon as possible, but no later than Fr, Nov 18. If we do not read from you until then, we will simply archive the CRAN version of your package. Best -k
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@nicholas-lewin-koh-63
Last seen 6.8 years ago
Hi Kurt, A couple of months ago I had an exchange with one of the bioc admins, I'll have to dig up the email. We aggreed that hexbin would be removed from bioconductor and kept on CRAN. I am surprised it is included in this release of Bioconductor, though to be honest I haven't checked recently. I will follow up with the bioconductor folks. Thanks Nicholas -- Sent from Kaiten Mail for Android. Please excuse my brevity. Kurt Hornik <kurt.hornik@wu.ac.at> wrote: Dear maintainers, This concerns the packages CORREP Icens RBGL RLMM gpls hexbin hopach impute maanova qvalue maintained by one of you. As you are certainly aware, these packages are curently hosted on both CRAN and Bioconductor (and the latter has a strong preference to avoid double hosting). With the new BioC release out, the versions of your packages on CRAN are now one BioC release cycle behind the BioC release versions. We do not put packages on CRAN which are not submitted to CRAN (and this time there will be no more "automatic submission" on your behalf from the BioC release team). So: * If you want to continue to have your package hosted on CRAN as well, pls submit the currently BioC release version to CRAN's incoming. * Otherwise, please let us know that from now on your package should exclusively be hosted on BioC: we will then archive the package on CRAN, and provide corresponding information on the CRAN package web pages. Whatever your decision, pls let us know as soon as possible, but no later than Fr, Nov 18. If we do not read from you until then, we will simply archive the CRAN version of your package. Best -k [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
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