Re: [Evolution-hackers] Call for Release Notes

Dear Evolution developers,

as usual, you've done a huge amount of work on Evolution during GNOME
2.19. But, as usual, we don't know what the new features, UI changes, or
major bug-fixes are. Please do add something to
so that we can tell the world.
is pretty good, but we still think that you are the best people to
decide what's really significant.

On Mon, 2007-07-30 at 20:24 -0400, Jorge O. Castro wrote:
> GNOMErs,
> It's that time of the year where you guys can show off all the work
> you've been putting into your modules.
> At the above URL you will find the beginnings of the release notes.
> Please begin to document the major changes to your modules on this
> page. Our crack team of volunteers will then transform your geeky
> bullets into something that we can show off to our users. I've started
> that process here:
> In the past Davyd Madeley did an awesome[1] job[2] translating the
> release notes into something consumable by the Common Man(tm). Our
> goal is is to use his notes as a baseline of what to do and crank up
> the awesomeness of the release notes to the next level.
> You can help by filing up ReleaseNotes with your changes. Those
> aspiring authors in the crowd can also help by contributing to the
> Drafts Page. We could use a few bodies to dig through changelogs, take
> screenshots, etc. etc.

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