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It's not all that helpful to get daily summaries of changed pages that always start off with the text that was entered into those pages the day they where created - how is one going to know if something new added to a page is of interest if you see the text from (for example) 2 years ago?

I suggest that the delta from the most recent checkin that triggered the page change notification be used instead.

-- DavidLeBlanc - 02 Jul 2001

Good idea! My second thought (ignore) was that some of those comments might be so "out of context" when printed standalone that they would be hard to understand, but then the name of the topic should provide enough of a clue (in most cases).

-- RandyKramer - 03 Jul 2001

Actually, I was wondering if it wouldn't be better to have both the initial sentence (as to remind you what the topic was about) and something based on the latest diff (to show what's new). But I wonder if that wouldn't make the summary too big to be practical.

-- MarcoCarnut - 03 Jul 2001

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