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I find it difficult to remember why I enter a room sometimes, so it should be no surprise that I have trouble remembering why I starred GitHub repository four years ago. It’s also possible that some repositories, while not necessarily changing scope, to add a lot of features in four years. What I do recall is that I was really into the Django web framework at the time.

The django-reversion repository received my third GitHub star on April 12, 2012. Django-reversion is an extension to the Django web framework. Django-reversion provides version control to your Django models. This means you can roll back your model to previous history. If you store your Django project in version control, such as Git but that only works well for your code. You can migrate model changes to your database forward using South, but I suspect you’d have trouble migrating to a historic model. This appears to be where django-reversion shines.

“Why I starred” is a series of articles describing projects I star on GitHub and why I found them interesting. My hope is that you’ll find them interesting as well.