22.8 post-release

If you get rejected:

  • no need to respond to the email
  • fix problems identified and include a ## Resubmission section at the top of cran-comments.md showing that it is a resubmission and listing the changes that you made since the previous, rejected submission.

If you get accepted:

  • success!
  • when you did the submission, a CRAN-SUBMISSION or CRAN-RELEASE file was created. You don’t need to commit this to GitHub. I usually just wait until it’s accepted (hopefully) and when it is, run: usethis::use_github_release(). This creates a draft release on GitHub which you can then submit online.
  • add the .9000 suffix to the version on GitHub to indicate that it’s the development version