As someone who follows every new release with hawk eyes, I find it hard to know what changes are introduced in each new release.
As of now the latest version on NPM is 5.0.0-rc.4 but on github the latest release is 5.0.0-rc.2
also there is no way to see what fixes or new releases where introduced between the releases.
optimally would just subscribe to the github releases, then I get an email when a new babylon release is out.
directly in that email I can see what new features are available and all bugfixes.
I could even do a diff between the latest version and older versions to see what code changed.
It’s a great way to do a deep dive into the inner workings of babylon and also in debugging if something changed between releases and you now have to find which areas a release touched.
I know it’s a lot of work getting there, but until then could we at least do a new release on github for each new release on npm?