Mainly because it is a mess and it’s mainly my notes on what I did + to share with maintainers, I am not keen on making it publicly visible. If it were to be a playbook, I’d put it up somewhere in repos as proper documentation.
However, I’ve added your corporate email address to the ACL for the doc for 2.9.0/1.28.0/0.29.0 release of ~March 2021:
I can add other interested maintainers to these docs, but again, there’s no point in making this more visible if it’s just notes and not proper documentation.
I’ll see if I can turn this into something more widely shareable (maybe once I finally upgrade the wiki schema on the new gnustep.org
I think it makes sense if you’re doing binaries, but less so if most of the tedious process is actually getting documentation (release notes…) in shape, and invoking the correct commands to create the tag in the first place (using the release notes in the tag).