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depviz started as this discussion -- see that thread for details. For now, this repo is only mockups.
This is a tool I do not have time to create fully, but need very much for the IPFS project and other open source in general. If you are also interested in this, please help out!
If you have shipped open source software and/or UX-heavy web apps before, please help! I am also willing to pay for this work to have it done very soon (can do a contracting gig). Reach out via this repo, or email me.
PRs are accepted! Please dive in to the issues, too.
Please be aware that all interactions related to depviz are subject to the IPFS Code of Conduct.
MIT © 2016 depviz contributors