Don't get lost in the noise

We open source, but it's so hard to track all the changes. We want to help.
For free, forever.

Why keep a changelog?

To make it easier for users and contributors to see precisely what notable changes have been made between each release (or version) of the project. Olivier Lacan -

A public changelog file in your repository is great, but it's difficult using GitHub alone to notify people when you make changes.

With ReleasePage you can allow users to subscribe to your releases and automatically notify them when things change. No more confusion and no more silent releases.

Take ReleasePage for a spin

Enter an open source repository below (or use one of our suggestions) and we will create a sample Release Page for it.


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Creating sample pages only works with public repositories, if you want to use one of your private ones then check out our business plans!
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Free and open

Like many apps, ReleasePage couldn't exist without open source libraries. We believe that free and open software is the future, and as such we publish as much of our suite as possible to our public GitHub, and of course all of our changes are shown publically on our own Release Page.

To give back to the community in the little way we can, any GitHub public repository can create a ReleasePage completely for free.

In addition to this, for every new user of the Open Source Extra Plan we will donate 20% of the subscription price to charities supporting a free and open internet.

Sign up to create your own permanent page, with many more customisation options. Free forever.