[openstack-dev] [Stackalytics] 0.1 release
rprikhodchenko at mirantis.com
Tue Jul 23 14:25:24 UTC 2013
I still think counting lines of code is evil because it might encourage some developers to write longer code just for statistics.
On Jul 23, 2013, at 16:58 , Herman Narkaytis <hnarkaytis at mirantis.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> Mirantis is pleased to announce the release of Stackalytics 0.1. You can find complete details on the Stackalytics wiki page, but here are the brief release notes:
> Changed the internal architecture. Main features include advanced real time processing and horizontal scalability.
> Got rid of all 3rd party non-Apache libraries and published the source on StackForge under the Apache2 license.
> Improved release cycle tracking by using Git tags instead of approximate date periods.
> Changed project classification to a two-level structure: OpenStack (core, incubator, documentation, other) and StackForge.
> Implemented correction mechanism that allows users to tweak metrics for particular commits.
> Added a number of new projects (Tempest, documentation, Puppet recipes).
> Added company affiliated contribution breakdown to the user's profile page.
> We welcome you to read, look it over, and comment.
> Thank you!
> Herman Narkaytis
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