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Statistics for the 2.6.36 development cycle

Statistics for the 2.6.36 development cycle

Posted Oct 14, 2010 7:28 UTC (Thu) by Gollum (guest, #25237)
In reply to: Statistics for the 2.6.36 development cycle by dlang
Parent article: Statistics for the 2.6.36 development cycle

Yes, I was also thinking that grafting the historical git repo would be a good idea.

And perhaps presenting the graph as a stacked graph, with older kernels lower down. This would make it easy to say "40% of the code is older than 2.6.24", for example.


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Statistics for the 2.6.36 development cycle

Posted Oct 17, 2010 14:12 UTC (Sun) by Lennie (guest, #49641) [Link]

I would actually like to know what the oldest line/code in the kernel is. :-)

Statistics for the 2.6.36 development cycle

Posted Oct 17, 2010 15:52 UTC (Sun) by Gollum (guest, #25237) [Link]

I'm not 100% sure if there are full records back to 0.00 days, but I'm sure somewhere out there there are tarballs of a lot of old releases which could be imported.

It would make a heck of an experiment, building a *complete* git repo.

Statistics for the 2.6.36 development cycle

Posted Oct 17, 2010 16:30 UTC (Sun) by dlang (subscriber, #313) [Link]

people have already done the work, that is the 'historical' repo that I was mentioning


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