Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 22nd Jul 2009 12:29 UTC, submitted by lemur2
KDE The KDE project has announced that it has reached its one millionth commit to its Subversion repository, indicating that the KDE project is very healthy indeed. "This is a wonderful milestone for KDE," said Cornelius Schumacher, President of the KDE e.V. Board of Directors, "It is the result of years of hard work by a large, diverse, and talented team that has come together from all over the globe to develop one of the largest and most comprehensive software products in the world."
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RE: Congrats!
by JohnFlux on Wed 22nd Jul 2009 13:57 UTC in reply to "Congrats!"
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Harder with git? You have to be joking.

You can do:

git shortlog -s -n

Which shows the number of commits made by each person. You can get all sorts of statistics out easily.

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RE[2]: Congrats!
by kragil on Wed 22nd Jul 2009 14:11 in reply to "RE: Congrats!"
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True for one git tree. But how do you integrate all the private git trees?

It is distributed, you know. So the true extend of work done might or might not be visible.

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RE[3]: Congrats!
by siride on Wed 22nd Jul 2009 14:29 in reply to "RE[2]: Congrats!"
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Anything that goes into KDE itself will end up in some primary repo somewhere, or into SVN if they are still using that as the main repo. The commits can get counted then. Commits in private repos are as irrelevant in Git as uncommitted working copy changes are in SVN.

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