I know this has been asked before, but what is good wording to update something on your c.v. Relatedly, what type of "accomplishment" makes this even worth doing?
I just got a "minor revision" decision (basically an "accepted pending revision") decision on a paper that was listed on my c.v. as "submitted." The editor said that they would like to publish the paper but I needed to address a few minor things first. The journal is decent but not super-high impact and the work isn't necessarily my crowning achievement, more just a solid paper in a series of others on the same general topic. So…is it worth even writing the committee to say anything? Would it be worth it if the paper is indeed fully accepted? (I might be able to turn this around fast enough to do that, because the committees only just started reviewing applications; 10/1 deadlines.) If it is worth it, any advice on the wording of the e-mail?