Tue, 21 Aug 2012
github has become the place where a lot of code is made available.
It turns out that not everyone has the time or inclination to answer queries / questions or apply pull requests.
So, whenever I am investigating using something I've found, I always look to see what the forks are; if there are common issues, etc.
Now, I find a project, clone it, run ./find-forks.py and settle down with gitk to examine the history and various other forks.
This works well for me, feel free to use or improve as you like. I hereby place this in the Public Domain.
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