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Hi there,

yeah, $subject is not new, but I thought I would run this idea past
you folks here again. ;)

It would be just wonderful, if we could have a weekly digest on the
TDF blog highlighting what has happened in developer land, in
layman's terms. Examples of what I have in mind:

 * http://blogs.gnome.org/commitdigest/2012/03/11/issue-179/#more-624
 * http://dot.kde.org/2011/01/16/kde-commit-digest-12th-december-2010
 * http://lwn.net/Articles/493324/

(ok, I admit, the last one is quite a stretch target)

This would provide nice raw material for upcoming release notes,
create visibility for cool new developments, and keeps users and QA
community informed.

Petr was posting nice script-generated summaries before, but that's
possibly too fine-grained / low-level for a blog:

 http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/libreoffice/2012-March/028252.html

Anyway, what do you think? I'll quite possibly not have the cycles
to do it myself, but I happily volunteer to review or facilitate, if
someone steps up for that. :)

Cheers,

-- Thorsten

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