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If one person has written a proof of concept and thats been submitted as first commit it isnt that strange
bioDan54272ysounds like a classic development process.
You always need to refactor your code until your standard of perfection is achieved.
Like forging a sword from raw metal, you need to deform the metal (your code) first then melt it along a different metal (some other guys code in open source). From that blend you forge the sword (code) and hammer it (refactor) to perfection.
0bl1v1on532y1) Initial commit.
2) Committing missed files. See previous commit.
They say Refactoring is a programmers debt.