> You can get one by running: > > svn log Okay. That works. I was thinking a more human readable log that most people are accustomed to reading. The trick would be to massage that list into something friendlier. I ask because when I announce that this project works with Slackware, I expect people to ask what has changed. If most people think the only thing provided is simply compiling 3.5.10 to work with newer software layers, then many will not be motivated to investigate. If they know that Trinity actually provides many bug fixes and enhancements, then those who have wanted to stay with 3.5.x will be more motivated. I am aware of your kubuntu web page with a handful of screen shots. I was thinking a more verbose but friendly change log link at that page might be useful and simple marketing.