Archive | January, 2013

Ohloh – 2012 in Review

The beginning of the year provides a great opportunity to acknowledge the terrific work done by the Ohloh team in 2012.  Here’s a recap of the accomplishments: Introduced Ohloh “Organizations”, allowing the grouping of FOSS projects by the entity that … Continue reading

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A Beehive of Activity

Last April I gave a talk at the Linux Foundation’s Collaboration Summit, talking about some interesting stats and metrics from Ohloh about project activity. Not surprisingly, FOSS activity follows the Pareto principle – most of the effort is focused on … Continue reading

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Release 18 January 2013

In this release: New Project Activity Icons – see how active a project’s developer community is at a glance. Blog post: New Orange-O Ohloh branding for widgets. Example: Bug fixes, performance improvements.

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Release 3 January 2013

Happy New Year! In this release: Accepted several community pull requests for ohcount – the Ohloh line counter and open source project that parses source files for language line counts. Added .json as an extension mapped to JavaScript language. This … Continue reading

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