| "Vast changes were made, based on what I wanted the module to do, compared to what it used to do. The list of changes is not so important, actually."
While I agree that it's useful for people to see if your interface is user friendly, to say that the list of changes isn't important seems to fly in the face of everyone using the original module doesn't it? If they're happy with the old module, why should they change without seeing the list of changes you've made?
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