directory structurecyber-dojo does not use a database. Instead each dojo lives in a folder based on its id. Your id appears to only be 6 characters long, but really it is 10 characters long - look at the page's URL in the browser's address bar.
For example the practice session with id
82B583C347lives at folder
cyber-dojo/katas/82/B583C347Each started animal has a sub-folder underneath this, eg
cyber-dojo/katas/82/B583C347/wolfEach started animal has a sandbox sub-folder where its files are held, eg
git repositoriesEach started animal has its own git respository, eg
cyber-dojo/katas/82/B583C347/wolf/.gitThe starting files (as loaded from the
cyber-dojo/katas/82/B583C347/wolf/manifest.jsonfile) form tag 0 (zero). Each
[test]event causes a new git commit and git tag, with a message and tag which is simply its number. For example, the fourth time the wolf computer presses
$ git commit -a -m '4' $ git tag -m '4' 4 HEADFrom the server, in an animal's folder you can issue the following commands: To look at filename for tag 4
$ git show 4:sandbox/filenameTo look at filename's differences between tag 4 and tag 5
$ git diff 4 5 sandbox/filenameIt's much easier and more informative to open a review by clicking any traffic light.