I understand the desire to automatically generate a changelog from your commit history but... When I'm evaluating the impact of an update, I'm really not that interested in how the unit test infrastructure was changed 🤷

@vinnl Yeah, I reference my git log when writing my changelogs. But I don't copy it verbatim because that's too fine a level of detail.

@alcinnz What's worked well for me is to simply have an "Unreleased" header in my changelogs, and to update it with new (relevant) changes as I commit them.

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