Django release notes are great. Very detailed. However, when updating across multiple releases such as 3.1.3 to 3.1.6 one would need to open the release notes for all 3 releases to get an idea of the changes:
That's why we made the Django release notes comparison productivity tool:
At a glance we can see the total changes.
To achieve this we parsed Django's release notes to JSON.
An advantage of this functionality is the data is nice and machine readable. During the parsing we pull out metadata such as how many Django bugs are there in a particular Django Release:
This gives some context when we see a new Django version is available: do we need to upgrade now or can it wait.