Epiphany doesn't use ChangeLog anymore. Instead, we use SVN checkin commentsto autogenerate a ChangeLog file at "make dist" time.When committing a patch to svn, you must use a checkin comment that fullydescribes the changes made. If the checkin is related to a bug, referencethe bug number. Example: When removing a toolbar, make its items available again in the toolbar editor. (Bug #131182)Checkin comments MUST use the UTF-8 encoding.If you forget to check in some changes that belonged in the same commit (e.g.you accidentally omitted a file), you must copy the checkin comment from theprevious, incomplete checkin, and additionally reference that commit's svnrevision number.DO NOT use meaningless checkin comments such as "forgotten file" !If you make a major mistake in the checkin comment (e.g it is empty, oryou've forgotten to cite the bug numbers), you must create a new checkinthat touches all files the original checkin changed (just using whitespacechanges preferably, or fix a random typo), and in the new checkin commentyou must note that this new checkin fixes the original checkin, referencingit by its SVN revision number.Do NOT commit to this module without permission from a maintainer.See the MAINTAINERS file for who they are.