Archive | January, 2008

Ohloh Goes Open Source

We’re very happy to announce that Ohloh is going open source. The first piece of technology to be released is Ohcount, the source code line counter that powers the Ohloh reporting engine. Ohcount is available for immediate download from Ohloh Labs, our new developer website dedicated to the Ohloh source code. We plan to release […]

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Privacy and KudoRank

I’ve been engaged in an interesting discussion on another blog. Initially there was an assertion that Ohloh violates FOSS developers’ privacy. I (and others) responded with the following basic arguments: 1. Transparency is one of the strengths of FOSS. 2. This is publicly available information that people publish freely on the Internet. 2. If you […]

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