Ok, hopefully all the requests are fulfilled (the good news is that you
can add / delete / edit yourselves anything you dislike). :)
Wikimedia Analytics umbrella
Provides very nice stats about your work! Should contain all the top &
mildly relevant repos. I have only omitted projects that seemed
basically empty, inactive or filled with data only. Please check
and amend if needed.
On 10/22/2012 02:47 PM, Andrew Otto wrote:
The /data repo hasn't been added.
I took the liberty to merge them under
You can split in two projects if you prefer.
Also, there are these on Github:
Note that https://www.ohloh.net/p/wikimedia-puppet
also exists. Do they
overlap, should they merge...?
On 10/22/2012 03:02 PM, evan rosen wrote:> Hi Quim,
these repos should be deleted, or at least not
They haven't been added to Ohloh.
this repo is hosted on gerrit and github, but they are
not yet synced
and the github version is the most up to date:
out of date mirror:
I also have a variety of github projects which are not
gerrit but are analytics-y, though i don't think any of them would
qualify as remarkable:
Added to https://www.ohloh.net/p/limn
Added to https://www.ohloh.net/p/wmf-analytics
On 10/22/2012 08:55 PM, Dan Andreescu wrote:
I vote b) and I'm only responsible for one repo
right now, which I hope
will become increasingly remarkable :)
But that's just a fork of /wikimedia/limn. How are we handling forks?
For this Ohloh exercise I have enough dealing with the mess of canonical
repos spread through gerrit.wikimedia.org
and GitHub. :) You can decide
whether you want to add or ignore that fork. Bare in mind though that we
are using Ohloh for the purpose of gathering stats and recruiting new
contributors. In that sense a fork doesn't add much.