Ubuntu code_swarm - Python

2017-01-10  Source: Original Site  Category:Ubuntu  Views:203 


A nice time based animation I saw on the web. I wanted to do this with the Ubuntu polls but I don't know how to get the proper data quick enough?
Anyhow someone should do a similar animation with the Ubuntu project that would be cool.

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