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    • Jeremy Morrell's avatar
      Start adding dates to changelog entries · e42b7252
      Jeremy Morrell authored
      It's occasionally useful to see at a glance when releases were pushed to understand what release might have caused a customer's issues. This back-fills dates for the last few months of releases and sets a precedent that can be followed in the future.
      e42b7252
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