I submitted a paper to a good journal in theoretical computer science. Today I received an email from the editor stating that the status of the paper is:
"Accepted subject to minor revisions".
The revisions suggested by the referee were only typos. More precisely, there were only 5 typos. The referees strongly recommended to accept the paper.
To tell the truth, this was the paper with the least number of corrections I ever had (even though it may have been the one which required the greatest amount of my time to write). Often when submitting papers to conferences I get a much bigger list of corrections/suggestions. Nevertheless, the paper appears at the conference's list of accepted papers much before the corrections are implemented. So shouldn't the same reasoning apply to journals?
Question: Should I list the paper as "Accepted" in my CV / homepage?
In other words, what do theoretical computer scientists / mathematicians write in their CV in this case?