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Hello Changelog

2016-10-29

As of 2016-10-24 I started a Changelog, which is linked from the footer of all boomla.com pages. This seems imporant enough to announce as an individual blog post. The difference between the Changelog and the Blog is that the Blog is less frequent, covers higher level and more imporant topics, while the Changelog documents everyday smaller activities so that you can have a more up-to-date picture of where Boomla is going.

The Changelog covers changes to Boomla itself (the platform), client side tools (toolbar, etc) and any relevant websites officially maintained by Boomla.

 


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