I'm finally opening a bug because this annoyed me (and I'm sure a lot of people) for a long time.
FreeBSD releases announcements like this one:
Gets re-posted at a lot of places, like for example here:
These announcements are very long and verbose, with lines and lines of hashes, but lack the most important part: a link to the release notes.
The message does says:
> Please note, the release notes page is not yet complete, and will be
> updated on an ongoing basis as the 13.0-RELEASE cycle progresses.
But please indicate where the damn "release notes page" is!
I've used FreeBSD for over 20 years and I find these announcements frustrating.
I think right after "The first BETA build of the 13.0-RELEASE release cycle is now available.", a new line:
"Work in progress release notes are available here: https://xxxxx"
Should be added.
Thanks you for your work.
(In reply to cedric from comment #0)
> please indicate where the damn "release notes page" is!
For now, see bug 252980 comment 1 and the subsequent comments.
Please change the product of this bug from 'Base System' to 'Documentation'.
The 13.0 release notes page exists, but is content-less.
Please bear with us while we catch up with the ASCIIDoctor/Hugo migration.