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Last Week in Node.js Working Groups - January 9, 2017

The last week saw a good amount of progress across many areas of the Node.js project, highlighing several areas including the LTS release process, a new top-level Community Committee, how a security "vulnerability" is defined, and more.

Weekly Highlights

  • πŸ”œ llnode will soon be installable via npm. [commit]
  • 🚜 The LTS WG is making a blog post that summarizes much of the reasoning behind our LTS processes. [pull request]
  • πŸ‘₯ A new, top-level Community Committee is being formed, and is planned to sit alongside the TSC. [repository]
  • πŸ”“ The still-informal Security WG is discussing what constitutes a β€œvulnerability”. [issue]
  • πŸ”­ The API WG has collected a sizable amount of data on Native API usage in the node ecosystem. [commit]
  • πŸ’ The CTC will be adding two new release team members to help with Node.js releases. [issue comment]
  • πŸ’¬ nodereport is discussing a potential rename to β€œnode-report”. [issue]
  • πŸ“ The requirements for a module to be accepted into testing via CITGM have been solidified. [commit]

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