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In my company, we generally note "errors" in our release notes. The view being that
the customer generally does read the Release Notes and Roadmap first, as they are
the first thing he sees. They also tend not to be 400 pages long.
Many people just use the manual when they need it and do not read it cover to
cover. So, these "non-critical errors" are being hidden if included in the manual
as opposed to the Release Notes.>