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rothgar

Please tag release blog posts

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I like to keep up to date with GSAP releases.

 

Unfortunately, the github releases don't have a changelog or release notes so subscribing there is not helpful. https://github.com/greensock/GSAP/releases

 

The blog posts have a lot of good info but they are not tagged properly as releases from the drop down filter.

 

I found that the newer blog posts use "release" tag instead of "releases".

 

So this RSS feed worked for me

https://greensock.com/blog/?rss=1&tags=release

 

but this one had the last update from version 2.1

https://greensock.com/blog/?rss=1&tags=releases

 

I just wanted to point it out and hopefully future blog posts could be tagged properly or GitHub tags will get release notes.

 

Thanks

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Sorry if the forums isn't the right place to post this kind of support request. I wasn't sure where else to put this outside of tagging @greensock on twitter.

 

Thanks

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Perhaps I'm misunderstanding something, but did you pop open the notes?

 

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You're totally right. I glanced at the releases and used to seeing them already expanded so I didn't even bother clicking that. I was completely wrong.

 

I do love the release blogs with examples on how to use the new features. Is it possible to make sure they all get tagged the same in the future and maybe change the drop down tag filter?

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Hey rothgar. I went ahead and added both "release" and "releases" to the more recent releases.

 

As Craig said, looking at the releases on GitHub is a good idea :) 

 

Thanks for posting.

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Thanks so much! It'll be a huge help for me to stay up to date.

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Do note that our newsletter is mostly just release notifications if you want to sign up for that instead :) 

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