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Friday August 02, 2002
11:23 PM

I maded a pictcha

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You know how bad ideas just seem to come to you. Earlier today I was chatting to Nick about how an earlier incarnation of the p5p summary used to have a "Thanks, Applied"[0] count.

Handily there are other conventions followed by the committers so you can identify these changesets by simply examining the log entry.

You can find my results and the code at http://unixbeard.net/~richardc/lab/applied_graph/

[0] Jarkko Hietaniemi, the recently retired 5.8 pumpking would acknowlege a patch accepted via the perl5-porters mailing list by writing "Thanks, Applied" in reply.

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  • The number of patches don't look very consistent across the graphs. Bug ? -- Another idea, a graph of activity by commiter, extracted from the Changes. So you can trace how much activity there is on the maint-5.6 or macperl branch. -- Oh, and feedback about the latest incarnation of the p5p summary is welcome ;-)
  • Maybe by 5.12 people will learn to spell my name :-)