On Fri, 2018-03-02 at 19:13 +0000, Allan Day wrote: > Sriram Ramkrishna <s...@ramkrishna.me> wrote: > ... > > Totally respect this decision and it gives a chance for someone else new to > > the team to take over and do them. > > Thanks Sri! Ideally, I think the release notes would be owned by the > whole team and would form part of the overall engagement schedule, > rather than being the sole preserve of a single individual. It's > important that we have some collective responsibility and some > oversight, to make sure that things happen when they're supposed to. > > > Let's try to figure out how to do them > > for the next year and see who would be willing to them forthwith. > > My suggestion would be to start looking at release marketing about two > months out - so mid-July for the next release. > > Allan > _______________________________________________ > engagement-list mailing list > email@example.com > https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/engagement-list
I agree it should be a shared responsibility of the whole team. I personally have an interest in the release notes as I've always imagined writing a "What's new in GNOME in Fedora $NEXT" article for the magazine. Having release notes is key to that article. I can see them being used as the basis for social media posts too.
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