Software Version Control Visualization Tool

Login to rate this video.

You can place this video on your website by inserting the (X)HTML code below:

Embed code:
<iframe src="https://www.snotr.com/embed/5704" width="400" height="330" frameborder="0"></iframe>

You can email this video to your friends by entering their addresses below:

Your information:

add Add another recipient

Human verification:

People who liked this video also liked

The Feynman Technique
Nicholas Winton Saved 669 Children During The Holocaust...
Building the Perfect Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder
Making a GOOGOL:1 Reduction with Lego Gears
Inside Chernobyl's Abandoned Ghost Town | Pripyat
How .22LR Ammo is Made


18 comments posted so far. Login to add a comment.

Expand all comments

Picture of Tentwenty29 achievements

+39 1. Tentwenty commented 10 years ago

I guess it could be amazing if i knew what it was :P, but it looked very interesting, I watched it to the end.
Picture of cranky40 achievements

+8 2. cranky commented 10 years ago

I like how programmers run around the nodes and make them blossom.
Picture of TitvsCaivs46 achievements

+16 3. TitvsCaivs commented 10 years ago

I also have no idea what's this all about ::(|)
Picture of Fergus_Thedog36 achievements

+5 4. Fergus_Thedog commented 10 years ago

Wow. Love the animated organic graphic representation of information, which I'm going to guess is displaying pieces of programming code and how they support/relate to different functions of the software as it is developed over time... But then I could be way off. Anyone?
Picture of Apocalypse1132 achievements

+6 5. Apocalypse11 commented 10 years ago

im doing software engineering in uni, im pretty sure its just how the programs develop over time like #4 said, and each branch is another part of the code, with the center being the main program and the things flying around are the programmers, doesnt really show anything to do with a program though, just a structure and loads of lines and circles lol, still quite fun to watch anyway :P
Picture of LightAng3l49 achievements

0 6. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

Puddles ! (it's as good as any other answer)
Picture of AL7AIR43 achievements

+9 7. AL7AIR commented 10 years ago

Software projects are displayed by Gource as an animated tree with the root directory of the project at its centre. Directories appear as branches with files as leaves. Developers can be seen working on the tree at the times they contributed to the project.

Picture of Dazzz6941 achievements

+5 8. Dazzz69 commented 10 years ago

Iv just discovered that this vid works very well whilst stoned. :D
Picture of RedBulletProof37 achievements

+3 9. RedBulletProof commented 10 years ago

Well, I liked the music! :) :P
Picture of badboy00748 achievements

-4 10. badboy007 commented 10 years ago

lol what the hell is this
some computer geek will know.
Anyone care to explain?
Picture of Sizzlik64 achievements

+2 11. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

#10 ..see #7 post ;)
Picture of samxgx54 achievements

+1 12. samxgx commented 10 years ago

as nice as it looks, HOW usefull will something like this be? i guess to impress the investor who have to pay for a programing job they can't relate to...
Picture of ringmaster54 achievements

+2 13. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

#1, I got the answer from #7. I'd say that the seventh comment was more valuable than the video itself.
Picture of etplayer35 achievements

+5 14. etplayer commented 10 years ago

I'm wondering what kind of mess Windows Vista would look like? Im going to guess something akin to warm beer and Mike and Ike vomit?
Picture of VzlaBoy34 achievements

+1 15. VzlaBoy commented 10 years ago

What an Innovation Yet So Beautiful instead O:)
Picture of nooitaf40 achievements

+2 16. nooitaf (admin) commented 10 years ago

love it, very fun tool :)

Picture of Bream7333 achievements

0 17. Bream73 commented 10 years ago

#14 LOL :)
Picture of kosmik18 achievements

0 18. kosmik commented 10 years ago

12 Those project are all open source, helps understanding how the community develops the projects