By Neal | April 26, 2020
For the past few weeks, Sequoia has been in a feature freeze as we make final preparations for the 1.0 release. This is an exciting time for us. Although there are already several users of our software, we look forward to offering them a stable API, and the promise of security updates. And, we hope that a 1.0 release will generate more interest in Sequoia and, consequently, more opportunities to collaborate with other projects.
Currently, we are carefully going through Sequoia’s public API and making sure the documentation reflects what Sequoia actually does (and, conversely, that Sequoia does what it is supposed to do!), and adding examples. This work has not only tremendously improved the documentation, but it has helped to polish the API, and has uncovered several bugs.