[ros-dev] 0.3.12 Changelog opened.

Aleksey Bragin aleksey at reactos.org
Wed Apr 21 10:50:42 CEST 2010


Maybe even do it the new way - per committer, not per module. So that  
everyone could summarize his own changes (without copying commit  
messages).


WBR,
Aleksey.

On Apr 21, 2010, at 12:34 PM, Gabriel ilardi wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I propose a shorter changelog, more or less a user friendly one,  
> telling the major changes, as for details one should really see the  
> commit logs, and to the end user
> it changes nothing, seeing a huge changelog doesn't change the  
> perception people will have testing ros, let's use the resources to  
> create the changelog to keep committing or fixing bugs... that's  
> much better invested.
> My 2 cents...
>
> Gabriel.
>
> From: vicmarcal at hotmail.com
> To: ros-dev at reactos.org
> Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 16:12:42 +0000
> Subject: [ros-dev] 0.3.12 Changelog opened.
>
> Hi, i am happy of telling you that "0.3.12 Changelog" has been  
> opened to recive all your commits in an ordered way.
> 0.3.11 was released on 16 December(2009), more than 4 months ago,  
> this means a huge number of commits that we have to order before we  
> can make attempts to create a 0.3.12 release.
> The link is(as usual): http://www.reactos.org/wiki/ChangeLog-0.3.12
> I hope opening the Changelog before trying to release will help to  
> solve the Changelog bottleneck and will give us more time to create  
> it.
> Let´s move towards 0.3.12...
> Thanks for your minute :)
>
>
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