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Suggestion: what about a smaller changelog?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rs-freddo, Mar 15, 2004.

  1. rs-freddo

    rs-freddo Well-Known Member

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    I really don't care about the changes in cpanel 5, but I do care about the changes in 8 and 9. If you really need all that old stuff what about making a changelog-old or something.

    Not everyone is on ADSL.;)
     
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    i vote for small changelog :)
     
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    or at least post new changes to the TOP of the page to save me the trouble of scrolling down :)

    I am sure your group of clever scripters could write a script to take care of that :p
     
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    A smaller changelog would not be a bad thing. When I'm on my portable pc it's a pain to wait for it to load.
     
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    I agree. I'm usually on high speed, but still, we don't need the changes from last year, and reversed would be nice too.
     
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    Oh my gosh! Did you see it? It's already changed!! How's that for a speedy response?
     
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    Maybe they had it all worked out and were just waiting for someone to ask :D

    Thanks freddo ;)
     
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    Suggestion: Subscribe to the news

    Add an input field to add our email addresses, so we can get a daily/weekly summary.

    kosmo
     
  9. rs-freddo

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    I hate the new changelog. What i want is to see the changes between what I'm currently running and the new version. Unfortuntaley the new changelog simply lists the changes in the last build. Now I have almost no information on which to base a decision to upgrade...

    Sigh, I think I'll stop making suggestions as it just makes things worse.:(
     
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    Once the ChangeLog has been used for a few weeks, will it not be almost identical to how the old was? It's still going to list all the changes, only in reverse order. The old changelog was just moved to http://layer1.cpanel.net/ChangeLog.OLDD (or something similar)
     
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