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Kelly
@kellydunn
Hello there! Thank you for contributing, staring, or using golang-geo in the past! After a few years of use, I think it might be good to finally give golang-geo a v1 release, but before that happens, I wanted to get consensus on a desired feature set for a v1. I've documented some of my own ideas on github here: https://github.com/kellydunn/golang-geo/blob/master/ROADMAP.md . I would appreciate it if you could take some time to review these features and let me know what you think of them! In particular, I'd like to know if they fit your use cases, or if there are some use cases I'm missing. Thanks again! Happy Hacking!
B1nj0y
@gingerhot
happy hacking
Kelly
@kellydunn

Heya friends!

@skateinmars issued an interesting PR a few days back that kinda prompts the project to start moving towards a v1.0.0 build. You can read about our discussion here: kellydunn/golang-geo#45

I've created a v1.0.0-work-in-progress branch on the project, where you can watch the work in motion!

With the advent of go 1.5's experimental vendoring, I'm starting to feel a bit more confident about rolling out this change while supporting older versions of the lib.

At any rate, I'm excited to finally give this lib the love it needs and make it better! Happy Hacking!

Pandiyaraja Ramamoorthy
@pontiyaraja
hi