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10,000 Commits

The IMA software developers have been using revision control software to manage their code for some time now (as all good developers should).  Think of it like Time Machine for your Mac.  We save (a.k.a commit) our code at many points in time so we can roll back to any of those points later if needed.  Recently we rolled over 10,000 commits which got me wondering what’s happened during that time.  I stumbled across some tools a while back that can visualize these software repositories.  One of the cooler of the bunch was gource.  Our full software tree is far too large  to follow so I thought I would take a look at how the ArtBabble code base has evolved since we started working on it in April of 2008.  The result was pretty cool:

Below is the list of who you see in order of appearance.

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