I now rarely write here about DNG, because of "diminishing returns".
If I do publish additional significant information, I will announce it on my blog.
The future health of high-end digital photography needs a well-engineered common raw file format. The sooner we have one, the better for raw shooters everywhere, and Adobe's Digital Negative format is the only contender. It is opening up raw shooting to more people, more products, and more opportunities, and making it easier for photographers and users of photographs to build more valuable and comprehensive workflows.
Here is an introduction, which is also another index to the rest of the pages below: