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|As much as useful the toolkit was to drive Mockito releases, we needed to make it reusable, well documented, and packaged as a separate binary.|
|- 2017, February - [Marcin Stachniuk](https://github.com/mstachniuk) joins the team, implements automatic fetching of contributors from GitHub and starts working on automatic [e2e testing](https://github.com/mockito/shipkit/issues/85) of library clients.|
|- 2017, March - [Wojtek Wilk](https://github.com/wwilk) joins the team, implements release avoidance when binaries aren't changed in comparison to previous release, starts driving [API compatibility](https://github.com/mockito/shipkit/issues/105) validation and Shipkit dogfooding.|
|- 2017, April - we found a neat name for our project: "Shipit", a toolkit for shipping it! We registered the domain: http://shipkit.org|
|- 2017, April - we found a neat name for our project: "Shipkit", a toolkit for shipping it! We registered the domain: http://shipkit.org|
|- 2017, May - there are 5 contributors in total, we expanded the vision of the project, and currently working on killer features like: automated e2e testing with library consumers + automated pushes of version upgrades [#85](https://github.com/mockito/shipkit/issues/85), [A/B testing](https://github.com/mockito/shipkit/issues/113) of build results when upgrading dependencies.|
|- 2017, June - "Ship every change to production!" presentation at Software Architecture conference in Santa Clara, CA ([abstract](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K96_v5SZEwnmUp2ZLej8en_sd8EaXa4y1lw48rtN8Bs)).|
|- 2017, June - Szczepan includes information about Shipkit in his presentation at Gradle Summit conference in Palo Alto, CA. ([abstract](https://summit.gradle.com/conference/palo_alto/2017/06/session?id=39273), [slides](http://prezi.com/ok5z9lflwejm/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy), [video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N2sg2X_HrA&feature=youtu.be&t=43m12s))|