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Who wrote 2.6.33

Who wrote 2.6.33

Posted Feb 11, 2010 20:11 UTC (Thu) by daney (subscriber, #24551)
Parent article: Who wrote 2.6.33

I wonder if more complete data can be made available from you analysis. Some might want to know how close to the top 19 they were. Could you make the top 100, or perhaps all, available as a separate article?

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Who wrote 2.6.33

Posted Feb 11, 2010 20:44 UTC (Thu) by dlang (subscriber, #313) [Link]

I believe the scripts that generate these tables are freely available, grab them and the git tree and you can run your own analysis.

there's not a link in this article to the analysis scripts, but I think they've had one in past articles (Corbett, would it make sense to try and include a link to the scripts in all the articles?)

Who wrote 2.6.33

Posted Feb 12, 2010 11:58 UTC (Fri) by patrick_g (subscriber, #44470) [Link]

There is also this site :
The numbers are a little bit differents. I don't know why.

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