dictionaries which contain... languages dictionaries and thesaurus, has had 34 commits since the beginning of the year.
out of 8200+ commit on master... so both of these represent 0.7% of the commits... not the 'bias' you claim.
btw: the 'translate german comment' stuff represent less than 20 commits this year... all together the 3 things you claim distort the number represent at most 1% of the commits...
"AOO's translators don't touch Subversion."
LO translator do not touch git either...
as I said:
"that is because the work is done in pottle and integrated in the git repo in 'batch'... but you know that very well, since IBM also has setup a pottle server... so you know the workflow."
"You'll run into dozens of traps like that when you try to do a naive comparison of LO and AOO"
no not really... the only things that makes thing harder is _your_ willful attempt to obfuscate things, when, a bit less than a year ago, you decided to _add_ your wiki and website to ohloh as 'source'.
Ironically a few month after having written a blog about how a project can 'boost' their numbers... I guess that is called dog-fooding.
"And looking at the LO clone of AOO's tree in git doesn't solve anything, since that still leaves the process differences, including who checks in code"
yes that does not favor 'over-the-fence' developing...
but the theory that there is a vast variety of author, they are just not committer... well is just a myth. either that or you do not credit the author at all....
Since you choose to use 'since the beginning of the year...
Since the beginning of the year there has been 14 commit in svn that reference
'Patch by' credit (which you said 3 days ago was the way to find these, and I quote: "It might be worth also
looking at names in the SVN commit memo for "Patch by:"
3 of them are credited to people that _are_ committers.
5 of them are credited to the same person, (a paid dev btw)
1 was a helcontent patch
1 was a re-license of an embedded extension
(I mentioned the later 2 because of the claim you made that LO has a lot of small meat-less patches)
1 of them was a dig of an old patch from 2009 out of bugzilla
so all in all a tail length of 6 non-committer authors. that would be missed by looking at git... with a distribution of 5-1-1-1-1-1.
But you already knew all that, since you have discussed it on your dev ML recently...
So as usual you are just hoping that no-one will notice, and purposefully trying to mislead less up-to-date public.
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