When you open up Upsource you’ll see the list of configured projects, where each project corresponds to a specific VCS repository. To open a particular project, just click its name. The project home view will be displayed:
In the main pane you see a list of recent revisions of that project displayed in chronological order.
Each entry shows:
- a committer userpic (if any)
- a committer username
- a commit message
- a revision ID
- a commit timestamp (when the commit took place)
- a review icon and ID linking to the review (if this revision is included in a review)
The list is displayed in a Full view by default. Switching to a Compact view hides userpics and lets the list take less space in your browser window:
Clicking More at the bottom of the list brings out the next portion of older revisions.
The list of revisions is accompanied by a commit graph that helps visualize the history of commits, branches, and merges in your repository: