sumanah at wikimedia
Jul 27, 2012, 7:57 AM
Post #2 of 2
On 07/24/2012 08:09 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo) wrote:
Re: [Wiki-research-l] request for Git statistics (or, "don't stand back, I don't know regular expressions") (Wiki-research-l Digest, Vol 83, Issue 13)
[In reply to]
> Sumana Harihareswara, 24/07/2012 22:47:
>> Ohloh would sure be a nice resource - I'm not sure how to get it fixed
>> exactly, but please feel free to poke around, tell Ohloh where our new
>> repository is, and try to get it fixed. Sorry, it's a low priority for
>> me right now, but you have my authorization to try to get it fixed.
> The new repo for core was already there, but extensions were missing;
> I've now added them. https://www.ohloh.net/p/mediawiki
> (Some seem to partially disagree, by the way.)
Thanks for stepping up and improving our Ohloh listing, Nemo! I hope
others can help you in figuring out and resolving any contradictions.
>> By the way, the WMF analytics team is working on some new analysis tools
>> for our use of Gerrit but it's still very rough.
>> is the repository to follow
> Yes, we have big hopes in this! :)
A note from Felipe Ortega that I got permission to forward onlist:
> Hi Sumana.
> I see that you have solved your request.
> I'm not sure if you know the toolset from my current research group for extracting and analyzing data from Git, as well as for other version control systems:
> In fact, despite the name it supports CVS, SVN and Git. Here you can find a glimpse of the type of data that it can generate:
> We also have another tools for analyzing issue tracking systems (Bugzilla, SF.net, Allura, GitHub, JIRA, and Launchpad, so far).
> I'm not sure but they could probably help you monitor project resources and solve these kind of questions. My current group at URJC has started a spinoff based on these services, and they are already producing some interesting stuff for clients like Samsung (for their network of partners in Android) or OpenStack. Here is a mockup (they are using envision.js):
> Well, hope this helps.
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