It is very unusual that the change log is published only with quite a time delay. Using the new version without the corresponding release documentation is clearly a risk for users. A more sensible approach would be to first publish the release note and then the new software version.
Thanks for flagging this. This is the best place to view our changelog, and I’m under the impression it is almost always updated immediately upon release (please correct me if I’m wrong).
It happened again: The announcement mail for release 1.26.0 came on August 24 at 23:22. However, the latest entry on the changelog website (Changelog - Streamlit Docs) is still version 1.25.0.
Update: the changelog is actually published along with the release on GitHub – check it out here!
If you want access to the release notes at the time of the binary release, please check our GitHub releases where we autogenerate release notes:
We use the auto-generated release notes to curate (a day later) a more user-friendly changelog on our docs website.
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