There have been a [few][1] [requests][2] for a change log or release notes which I think would be great.

I understand that things are constantly changing, and if the team had to update us with every change, it would be a full time job.

That is why I propose a **Monthly Summary of Changes.**

The team could throw together a quick list of changes that have been implemented in the past month.  I would only be interested in changes to the functionality or look and feel of the site.

So, what do *you* think?

Of course the *monthly* could be replaced with *quarterly*, *bi-monthly* or whatever.  It would be nice to strike a balance between the users wanting to know what changes, and the team writing change notes.

**Edit:**  
I know that I could search for feature requests or bugs that have recently been marked complete on meta.  However, there is no way for us to see what changes have been implemented if they didn't come from meta.

[1]: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/26021/what-was-released-with-build-4983
[2]: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/547/could-we-see-a-changelog-of-deployments