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[REVIEW]: `datastructures`: An R package for organisation and storage of data #910
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Aug 22, 2018
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@fabian-s The Whedon commands are only for the editors. Thanks for checking in regarding the version issue. That is not a problem and generally to be expected. Authors will submit a version, but in the process of revisions end up bumping to something higher. That is typically what we expect.
@dirmeier The next step is for you to archive this software on Zenodo. Please follow instructions there (making sure to input all metadata) and then update this thread with your DOI. Once I have that, I can proceed with acceptance.
And thanks so much @fabian-s for a timely review! We really appreciate it.
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