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 There is a tiny, though painful, side remark to make here. Due to the fact that RapidProM uses fixed versioning, chances exist that the code you developed (or the code in the packages you depend on) are based on a newer version of a plugin than the version available in RapidProM. There is a tiny, though painful, side remark to make here. Due to the fact that RapidProM uses fixed versioning, chances exist that the code you developed (or the code in the packages you depend on) are based on a newer version of a plugin than the version available in RapidProM.
-If this is the case, please contact us at rapidprom@promtools.org as in such case the libraries of RapidProM need to be updated first. +If this is the case, please contact us at //rapidprom[at]promtools[dot]org// as in such case the libraries of RapidProM need to be updated first.
  
 +=== 3.3 Publishing an Operator ===
 +If you have tested your operator thoroughly and think it is ready and suitable for adoption in RapidProM, your operator can be included in a new RapidProM release. In such case, contact us via //​rapidprom[at]promtools[dot]org//​ providing details about your operator (what is it’s purpose, what external libraries where used etc.). Moreover, send us a //pull request// containing your code (https://​help.github.com/​articles/​fork-a-repo/​). After assessing whether the plugin/code is suitable for adoption, we will incorporate your code in the next release of RapidProM.
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