my sleep graph from last night:
It could just be an anomaly but I suppose twitter and G+ meant that the person at least knew a friend was recommending it, and so they dug around a bit. The few G+ links that went out about the site had a short description, twitter links usually just had a few words.
I thought it might be fun to look back on how the project has grown, and luckily gource is a piece of software for visualizing the history of a repository can help do just that. Watch below to enjoy a visually stimulating look back through the last two and half years of commits to Open States. You'll see flurries of activity around our hackathons, the drastic increase in activity from 2009 to 2010 and how 2011 so far takes up more than half the video, and some of the big refactors that we've made along the way to scale the project to a size well beyond what we initially conceived of.
Open States Code Visualization
- Sunlight FoundationDeveloper, 2007 - present
- Project Vote Smart
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