On 08/09/10 07:50, Marcus Meissner wrote:
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 10:09:50AM +0200, Andreas
On Tuesday 24 August 2010 17:28:55 Jan Engelhardt
On Tuesday 2010-08-24 15:10, Martin Schlander
> Thanks Andreas. You're ahead of me.
Anything like that for openSUSE?
> I was also thinking of a piece of research I read last week
Speaking of these things, it would be interesting if we had stats of how
many packages in factory are maintained by volunteers and employees
respectively. And even more interesting if we had stats from 11.2 or
older to compare with.
Factory is only maintained by Novell AFAICS. So you would have to follow
the develproject "symlinks" to actually get an accurate picture.
The checkin and thus the review to factory is done by some Novell engineers
but factory is maintained via the devel projects and thus factory is not
maintained by Novell at all,
Easy way is btw to parse the .changes logfiles in the packages to see who did changes.
Just to understand it as someone not used to building and maintaining
Would that not cause just a change of the files and the repositories and
so a change to the .changes logfiles itself?
Or where are the .changes logfiles comming from?
Not from something like that:
but from a git like thing?
If something could be done manually by copy and paste
(which normally needs not much brain power)
could it not also be done automatically?
And probably someone did it already.
(some novell employees might use @opensuse.org addresses too like vuntz, but if its
not @suse* or @novell.com, it is usually an external contributor.
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