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Templates for Release Notes #5450

slewis74 opened this issue Apr 4, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented Apr 4, 2019


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The feature

What it actually enables people to do

Per project, it should be possible to specify a default template to use for release notes when creating releases.

What pain relievers or gain generators are we solving for people?

Release notes are currently very manual and getting rich information and consistency is difficult.

Who will care about it?

Anyone wanting to use release notes.

Elevator pitch for this feature

Specify a template for release notes and have it used during release creation.

How much noise should we make about this?

Lots! This is a feature many people have wanted for a long time, and is something other deployment tools do not do well or at all.


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commented Apr 4, 2019

Release Note: Projects can now specify a release notes template, complete with variable binding, that gets applied during release creation


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commented Jul 3, 2019

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