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Thank you GitPython devs #709

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mattmakai opened this Issue Dec 11, 2017 · 3 comments

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mattmakai commented Dec 11, 2017

Hey folks, thank you for the awesome work you're doing on this library. I've been using GitPython to snag all my commit data out of local repositories to build a Django+Bokeh-based data dashboard application. I have really enjoyed working with your code.

I extracted bits of my application to create a quick First Steps with GitPython blog post for Full Stack Python to help other devs learn about your project.

There's no actual issue here, I just wanted to say thanks. You can close this issue ticket whenever.

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vfulco commented Dec 11, 2017

+1

@Byron Byron added the acknowledged label Dec 11, 2017

@Byron Byron added this to the v2.1.8 - Bugfixes milestone Dec 11, 2017

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Byron commented Dec 11, 2017

@mattmakai Thank you very much :)! It's always nice to see your project being used and useful to others, even though at some point it might become a burden.
In order to not let it become a burden to the users, I try to set it up with more maintainers to be able to perform all operations, from merging PRs to cutting a release.
@ankostis and @yarikoptic have helped tremendously with the next release, and I hope they feel addressed by this issue, too :)!

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stephaniemdavis commented Dec 12, 2017

I'm a late comer on GitPython but wanted to thank its developers AND @mattmakai for bringing it and its capabilities to the attention of the broader Python-development community!
Happy New Year.

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