Make github release notes more descriptive?

Make github release notes more descriptive?

Postby Julius » 31 Oct 2018, 17:04

Sadly the release notes on github seem to lack all the necessary details and there seems to be no other way to subscribe to some project updates via RSS (for our Planet). Or am missing some place? Maybe you have a Mastodon account?
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Re: Make github release notes more descriptive?

Postby Andrettin » 06 Dec 2018, 21:16

Julius {l Wrote}:Sadly the release notes on github seem to lack all the necessary details and there seems to be no other way to subscribe to some project updates via RSS (for our Planet). Or am missing some place? Maybe you have a Mastodon account?


Hmm... what do you suggest? Adding the changelog to the release notes?
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Re: Make github release notes more descriptive?

Postby Julius » 07 Dec 2018, 04:28

Yeah, something like release highlights. No need to put every small bug fix.
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Re: Make github release notes more descriptive?

Postby Andrettin » Yesterday, 09:15

Julius {l Wrote}:Yeah, something like release highlights. No need to put every small bug fix.


Yeah, that's a good idea :)
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Re: Make github release notes more descriptive?

Postby Julius » Yesterday, 18:15

Great, let me know when you post your first release with highlights and I will add the RSS feed to our new federated planet.
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