If you're missing Adrian Colyer's "the morning paper" as much as I do, you might like "It Will Never Work in Theory" (https://neverworkintheory.org/). It concentrates on how we make #software: how do we make reviews? How do we find bugs? How do we fix them?
It's also daily, not weekly, so can be a bit of a firehose. And it doesn't actually re-tell the papers; instead, it summarizes them. Still a good read though.
IMHO the best article so far is about the connection between release cycle length and the time it takes to ship a bugfix: https://neverworkintheory.org/2021/08/09/impact-of-rapid-release-cycles-on-integration-delay-of-fixed-issues.html
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