Commit messages hold rich histories, from documenting lines of code, to frustrations and victories, to research, debates, and social context. If code is more often read than written, maybe its commit message annotations aren't read enough?
This website is an experiment. Sign in with GitHub, pick some commits, and let me know what you think :)
Note: this website is a perpetual work-in-progress. Very slow progress for the most part. I have many feature ideas that I might get around to, and I'd love to hear yours too, but my greatest wish is to keep it running sustainably for a long time to come.
Write nice messages with
$ git commit. They'll show up on your dashboard, where you can pick which ones to include in your feed. Markdown is supported!