Snapshots like the one you’ve mentioned (188.8.131.52) are “on working” builds, something similiar to “nightly” or “weekly” snapshots of CI. You won’t see changelogs on those. Snapshots are mostly used for testing or for development. It’s not recommended to use them for production.
But I can tell you an alternative way to find out any change made to lucee: view/follow the changes by viewing the git merge/commit history of Lucee repository.
To do so, clone Lucee git repository to a new workplace on your local machine and view the git changes with visual code and its git graph extension Git Graph - Visual Studio Marketplace
(Alternatively you can use “GIT gui” stand alone tool, but I personally prefer vscodes git graph extension)
Then you can see the complete merge/commit history of all branches and each snapshot builds. Each snapshot should have a tag name in the git history and you can beautifully see all the merged changes in the history line (with LDEV’s references) for the jira tickets. You can git diff between commits and a lot more.