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Run a meetup? Are you looking for presenters?

Published
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

Announcing something pretty special today; I'm not sure if anyone has done this before so here we go.

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The public API surface of ReactiveUI is now protected by API approval tests

Published
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

When reviewing pull requests the maintainers used to manually eyeball the changes proposed in a pull-request to determine if there was a change to the public API surface. We now have new tests, one per platform that trip when the public API surface changes for that platform.

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Assemblies are now code signed with the .NET Foundation certificate

Published
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

Thanks to a legendary contribution from Oren Novotny, all ReactiveUI assemblies from v8.0.0-alpha73 and onwards are code signed with the .NET Foundation certificate. Identity signing of the assemblies means that you can verify the authenticity of the binaries used in your application and ensure they have not been tampered with as only assemblies compiled via the .NET Foundation CI infrastructure are signed with this certificate.

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Automatic closure of stale GitHub issues

Published
Friday, August 25, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

One of the perks of being a maintainer of an open-source project is you get to be part of the fantastic initiative by GitHub - maintainers.github.com where some of the brightest minds in open-source leadership from across disciplines/ecosystems share their insights on how to run projects, productively at scale towards successful outcomes.

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ReactiveUI v7.4.0 released

Published
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Category
Release Notes
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

As part of this release we had 8 commits which resulted in 3 issues being closed.

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