I’ve been away for the summer and now when I get back to coding I see that there are a couple of new releases on github.
What I would like is that there would be a RELEASE.md file in the root that lists all bugfixes / changes that are coming in the release.
It would also be great if the github releases also contained the same information. There are a lot of tools to do this for us, so it should not be too hard to get this working and it would simplify knowing what has changed between versions.
That way people who look for the changes on github will find it straight away, since https://github.com/BabylonJS/Babylon.js/tree/master/dist/preview release/what's new.md isn’t the first place I would look for this file.
But adding the commits would be a good start if changing to RELEASE.md is not doable yet.
If you volunteer to maintain it, I’m fine
The what’s new file is here to track high level changes. We do not associate it with PR for now but that could be something to think about enforcing for next release (after 4.1)