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Hi all,

What would be the best way to keep track of changes in the global
website? One of the annoying burdens for local website maintainers is
the work for catching up the changes in the global website and
reflecting them on the local sites.

I'm not sure how the others do, but at least in our Japanese group, each
contributor checks the global site when (s)he is inclined, and ask the
local admins to update our local site. We depends on contributors'
willing heart and their human power, which I think is an inefficient
way. We have actually spent much time to check the global site around
the time of 3.4 release.

I personally think that if we can get diffs by mails, it will be easier
to maintain local sites. If there's already an effective method to
follow the changes in the global site, please let me know.

Best regards,
 Takashi Nakamoto

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