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Cor Nouws píše v Út 08. 05. 2012 v 16:40 +0200:
Thorsten Behrens wrote (08-05-12 12:42)

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:


I have some 10-15 items collected already. Waiting for next step in 
handling...

Wonderful. Could you please cut&paste them? I wonder how they look like.


BTW: How did you collect them? The following ways come to my mind:

        + git changelog:
                + not easy; it used to be 500 commits per week when I
                  did the statistics;
                + well, a good reader might be able to find some gold
                  there "just" by checking the 500 lines of subjects

        + developer mailing list:
                + many people already read it
                + it does not mention features done by core developers
                  that have write access to git
                + also it does not mention interesting stuff from other
                  areas (QA, user interface, ...)

        + changes at 
          http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/3.5
                + easy to see diff from last week
                + developers are lazy to document their features there


Best Regards,
Petr



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