The video in this link shows a visual representation of the contributions to the software components of the project over time. The visualisation is based on source code changes pushed to Github and shows the areas of the software being worked on and the people involved. You can see how the project builds momentum as more and more clever people get involved. It also highlights the sophistication of the software that links all the parts of our predator-free projects together.
If this project can evolve and adapt faster than the predators then it is on track to be able to eliminate them from NZ. This video gives a visual representation of how the project is evolving and it seems almost inevitable that this is a fight we can win, and faster than you might otherwise think.