8. Recreate an Existing Release
To recreate an existing development, bugfix, or official release:
Reopen the corresponding development project from the Developmental Testbed Center organization project page.
Make an necessary additions to the existing project. For example, move any newly completed issues and pull requests (e.g. from beta3 back to beta2).
Reopen the GitHub issue for creating the previously created release.
Delete the existing release from GitHub.
Delete the existing release tag (e.g. v11.0.0-beta2) from GitHub.
Follow the instructions from the Release Guide, being sure to update the release data for the actual release note. Consider adding a note in description section for the GitHub release to indicate that this release was re-created with an explanation. For example, “NOTE: The MET-11.0.0-beta2 development release from 8/3/2022 has been recreated to resolve a compilation issue.”