Fedora kernel changelog?

My Google-fu skills seem to be lacking in this endeavor. Where might I find a changelog for the Fedora kernel? Seems every time I do an dnf check-update there’s a new kernel, and I’d like to find out if it’s something minor, or something more serious that’s changed.

I see rpm -q --changelog will dump a machine generated list of changes recorded for an installed kernel, and likewise, /usr/src/kernels may have some info for installed kernels.

Is the fedora kernel close enough to vanilla Linux that I can just use the upstream changelog?

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From what I could gather:

rpm -qpl kernel-<version>.src.rpm

rpm -q --changelog kernel-<version>

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