I've thought about doing that; clearly, there would be more work involved, and I was interested in the five-year horizon for now.
We have good history through the BitKeeper era, which could easily extend the view back a few years. Prior to that, of course, it's a big mess, though we do have per-release resolution for the most part.
But, yes, wouldn't it be interesting to know how much of 2.4.x we're still running?
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