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** The stacked histograms add up to the total number of lines.  This is a useful representation for seeing trends in the project.
 
** The stacked histograms add up to the total number of lines.  This is a useful representation for seeing trends in the project.
 
** The line graphs are one-line-per-contributor, and are more useful for looking at individuals.
 
** The line graphs are one-line-per-contributor, and are more useful for looking at individuals.
** There is a spike in May 2005, (2005-05-01). At this point I haven't had time to determine why that is.
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** There is a spike in May 2004, (2004-05-01). At this point I haven't had time to determine why that is.
 
** These graphs follow the *b-release-0-9-0* codeline, so perhaps this is related to a back-out from main at that time.
 
** These graphs follow the *b-release-0-9-0* codeline, so perhaps this is related to a back-out from main at that time.
 
** Due to an off-by-one bug, David Bryan (bryan) shows up in both charts, sorry David. :-)
 
** Due to an off-by-one bug, David Bryan (bryan) shows up in both charts, sorry David. :-)

Revision as of 23:31, 10 July 2005

Here are some graphs showing statistics and contributions from day one through resip 0.9.0 release:

Histograms

Click on the (blank) thumbnails -- I haven't made thumbnails just yet. (Alan)

  • looks like this install of MediaWiki doesnt have GD or ImageMagick support, so no thumbnails.

Some information about these graphs:

  • The first two (major) graphs show the top 7-8 contributors and the number of lines of code (normalized) in the project.
  • The remaining contributors are combined together in the 'Other' category.
  • The next two graphs (contributor detail) is a polite way of saying -- who did what in the 'other' category.
  • The final graph shows EVERYONE who contributed. Notice that gnuplot recycled the key annotations, so you have to read a bit left-to-right to see who the first instance of a key is, and who the second might be. (eg. Jason vs. kittlitz)
  • About the graphs:
    • The line graphs are on a logrithmic scale. Beware.
    • The license lines (VOCAL license) are not counted.
    • The stacked histograms add up to the total number of lines. This is a useful representation for seeing trends in the project.
    • The line graphs are one-line-per-contributor, and are more useful for looking at individuals.
    • There is a spike in May 2004, (2004-05-01). At this point I haven't had time to determine why that is.
    • These graphs follow the *b-release-0-9-0* codeline, so perhaps this is related to a back-out from main at that time.
    • Due to an off-by-one bug, David Bryan (bryan) shows up in both charts, sorry David. :-)
    • A few thousand lines of code attributed to jason are really to other early contributors, before we could make them accounts at the then-VOVIDA-hosted CVS site.

Major Contributors and Total Lines of Code

Resiprocate Major Contributors Detail (histogram)

Major Contributors, Individual Lines of Code

Resiprocate Major Contributors Detail (line chart)

Minor Contributors, Total Lines of Code (Detail Subset)

Resiprocate Minor Contributors Detail (histogram)

Minor Contributors, Individual Lines of Code (Detail Subset)

Resiprocate Minor Contributors Detail (line chart)

All Contributors, Individual Lines of Code

Resiprocate All Contributors (line chart)