Normally I’d release them under the Beerware licence like all my other projects. But it’s based on Cyril’s work which is available under the Creative Commons BY 3.0 license. So for once it will be available under the Creative Commons BY 3.0 (which is still fairly liberal).
Update 08/07/2012 : After 24 hours, the project has already reached 2600+. 1/4 of the task is already done ! Now we just need to continue to talk about it so we reached rapidly the 10 000 mark ! :D
For the past years, I have been a developer as well as a huge fan of Android. I also have always played with LEGO (when I was young and even still now)
What if we could combine these 2 worlds ?!
That’s what Marc Young must have been thinking when he started his project !
This project looks awesome with even rotating arms, heads and antennas. And frankly I want one for myself ! :D
There is only one problem… This project is part of the CUUSOO system which is a way for people to present project to LEGO for future creation. And before an idea can be valid, it needs to receive 10 000 votes.
Here is a video showing all the modifications made to the source code of Android from the start to Ice Cream Sandwich :
The graph represents the source tree (which uses git). Non-leaf nodes are directories and leaf nodes are files where their color represents the type of file. Files appear as they are modified and disappear if they are not touched for 2.5 seconds.
In other words, each “blast” from a user is a commit. These commits come from both Googlers and contributors. The data was taken from stitching together the logs of all the many AOSP (Android Open Source Projects) projects using a software called gource