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Re: Linux kernel changes on the release notes



On Fri, 2006-03-10 at 18:18 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Karsten Wade wrote:
> >A release notes is a snapshot in time of documentation that is about a
> >snapshot in time of code development.  It seems to me a natural place to
> >duplicate all manner of external content that pertains to that snapshot.
> >Package change lists, bug reports, and content pulls from various
> >location can be automated.
> >  
> >
> Our release notes serve general end users primarily but developers and 
> more technical end users need to tap into and be able to analyze 
> detailed information where necessary.

I agree, as long as we can keep the actual list out of the release notes
themselves.  That's just a matter of putting a page somewhere in a
reasonable namespace on the Wiki and linking to it, just like we do with
other topics that deserve more detail than the release notes should
include.

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