APR
25
2002

KDE Stats: KDE Is Brought To You Today By...

Have you ever wondered who contributes what to KDE? The berliOS project attempts to answer this question with KDE CVS statistics, a site tallying every developer's contributions (translators are currently not included). With regular updates planned, you can find the latest summary here and also statistics for every CVS module. And before you start to wonder: The account kulow is used to transfer the work of the translators from kde-i18n into the other modules; Stephan Kulow's exclusive account is coolo.

[Also of interest is this graph posted to the KDE Cafe by Marcus Camen in his message "KDE team breaks all records".]

Comments

How is work progressing on KDE 3.1?


By John Kintree at Thu, 2002/04/25 - 5:00am

There's a little note on kde-look.org about implemented features in CVS snapshot.


By jonemi at Thu, 2002/04/25 - 5:00am

The screenshot shows Keramik style, Tabbed Browsing, Folder icons reflect contents and the crystal icon theme: http://www.babysimon.co.uk/kde/kde31features.png


By simon at Fri, 2002/04/26 - 5:00am

why doesn't the total at the bottom come to 100%? Is that because of the occasional patch submitted by invisible pink unicorns?


By Carbon at Fri, 2002/04/26 - 5:00am

The colleague responsible for forging the rest up to 100% was on vacation when the statistic was created.


By Anonymous at Fri, 2002/04/26 - 5:00am

Votez!


By Sergio at Fri, 2002/04/26 - 5:00am

;)

To be fair, like coolo/kulow, statistics are a bit lying for me: I have a cronscript that commits the RDF files for www.kde.org regularly (hence
this being the "most often committed file"), and I manually run a script
that updates the API docs on developer.kde.org almost every day.
Hmm, I wonder why the websites are included in the stats, anyone knows
how to get that changed by the berlios guys?


By David Faure at Fri, 2002/04/26 - 5:00am

About 220.000 By Kulow ...

Over a period of 5 years that's about 40.000 a year, which amounts to about 110 commits a day; almost 5 an hour. Well, that's what I call 'commitment'

(Sorry about that lame joke ...)


By Matthijs Sypken... at Fri, 2002/04/26 - 5:00am

Ok, so I can't read very well ... I'm sorry.


By Matthijs Sypken... at Sat, 2002/04/27 - 5:00am