The core.cache API has been stable for quite some time and has been used in a plethora of existing libraries and applications. Therefore, I propose that the API be snapshotted as it stands and marked as a v1.0.0 release.
This does not include support for namespace-separated protocols (as in ) as doing so would require breaking API changes. I propose that any such changes occur later under something like a core.cache2 implementation.
At this point, do you want me to just update the readme/docs/pom etc for 1.0.0 and go ahead and cut a release?
Is it possible to pull it from my branch?
I just made a PR from your branch and merged it. I will update the release date and cut a release later today.
I decided to go with 1.0.207 and will release tomorrow (my OSS day).
Cutting 1.0.207 release via Maven