yet another update to LRC was posted without a trace of release notes.
Rick Flohr's post "Lightroom Classic 11.0.1 is released" simply states "An update for Lightroom Classic (11.0.1) was released on 11.15.2021 and contains several bug fixes."
That is nice to know, but I already figured that though the notification in CC Desktop.
What I am really interested in, is knowing what bugs have been fixed - aka RELEASE NOTES.
Back in April, I wrote a post on the now defunct uservoice forum:
"Publish release notes for every update available:
today another round of updates hit PS and Bridge - without any release notes at all. Just mentioning "bug fixes etc." is not helping any of us in knowing what has been changed in the available release.
Sometimes (usually days after the update itself), some sort of RN appear on the Adobe support website but it is usually so well buried that only a Google search provides the link.
Please make real release notes available with the updates in CC Desktop.
Take a look, for example at NVidia with their driver releases - there are detailed release note with all the changes and also known issues."
There was one response to the post which sums it up perfectly:
"Clint kommentoi · 11. toukokuuta 2021 17.38 · Merkitse asiattomaksi
My work is mostly in Premiere and AE, but I second this completely. This needs to be treated like a business-to-business relationship, because it is. We need to know exactly what is changing, and what are the continuing known issues—especially in software that tends to ship with as many bugs as the Creative Suite does. We're always trying to discern if the next point release will let us upgrade out of the current bugs we're working around, in which case it may be worth the risk of updating mid-project."