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Ellen...you might want to go to the list archives and enter a search
for "Release Notes". Your results will be:
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--- Ellen Vanrenen <ellen -dot- vanrenen -at- clear-technology -dot- com> wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> My question of the day is about release notes. At this point in
> time, our
> release notes are merely a list of what has and has not been fixed
> in the newest version.
> What is the standard purpose of release notes? What do they
> generally look
> like? If I've ever received any release notes from any software
> I've purchased, I've never looked at them.
> I think our clients certainly pour over the release notes they get
> from us.
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