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    I know GitHub version tracking, maybe I expressed my thought unclear. Just one or two sentences about user visible changes/new features in your blog posts announcing a new version would be very helpful.

    Sure, and sometimes I will remember or have time to do that. But you can pretty well guarantee that from time to time I will miss something, forget one change, or treat something as not important enough (when it is important to you). The point about the Github list is that is guaranteed 100% complete.
    So please, don’t rely on my poor, ageing, defective brain

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