Setting up a full repo for any projects that need revision control is way too complicated for the uninitiated.
What it does
It allows users who have no idea how to use revision control the ability to have a small version of it.
How we built it
Using C++ on Linux Mint, this allowed us
Challenges I ran into
Qt Creator was a bit a challenge at first, but after that it was really the fact that I was in a trail by fire
Accomplishments that I'm proud of the fact that at the start of this weekend I had no idea about the basics of C++, Qt, or nemo were and now I can add C++ and Qt Creator to my tool box, and I can add some pretty neat features to my linux flavours.
What I learned
Mario: C++, because I have never used it before this weekend. Also Qt and what it brings to C++, along with what signals and slots are.
What's next for Rehistoric
The next big thing would be cross platform functionality to have versions for both OSX and Windows.