So yesterday I blogged about my updated version of the green blobs. Since then I have made a little progress… More than intended, due to a bit of input from Kevin Ottens and healthy dose of luck.
The problem with the images I demoed to you yesterday was that the committer names (and the [...]
So I’m at the KDE PIM development sprint in Berlin. This gives me a bit of time and space to do some project analysis… You remember that stuff I do, right? First, however, I had to finish off my new log parser…
For years I have been sitting on a log parser and scripts [...]
GIMP does not drive me to the airport if my flight is before 10am.
So, its that time of year again, the annual meeting of all things KDE… Akademy! This year it is coming to you from Tallin, Estonia. This year will be my 6th outing to the event
Of course, KDE is very dear to me and to Kolab and so, in addition [...]
So, in my mission to see how we can automatically detect “core” teams, I need a measure for how closely people work together. Those of you with strong memories will remember I once coined the term “cohesion” for this measure. I introduced it in a paper at the International Conference on Software Maintenance, three [...]
So this is about the time I usually do my annual review of activity in KDE SVN. Of course I have now stopped my analysis of KDE SVN and moved on to git. Instead of analysis every repo in KDE git, I will focus on what happened in KDEPIM in 2011 (KDEPIM exclusively, no [...]
[If you are not familiar with the English idiom "When push comes to shove" you can read more here.]
For some time I have been hesitant to start publishing data about usage of Git. You see, when a community changes a tool as fundamental as the SCM it will need to change its processes [...]
OK, now KDE is 15 years old, it is time for my work to grow up and start looking at git. One of the questions I get asked from time to time is how much code rewriting I will need to do in order to for with git. Thankfully… none.
All of my scripts [...]
So, I thought I would take a quick look at what KDE community “looks” like after 15 years under development. So here I will briefly show off three visualisations with no particular comment. I will just leave them here for your amusement.
So let’s start with the now-infamous green blobs (click to enlarge):
So, in the not too distant future KDE will turn 15 years old. This is normally a time when I will go back and reflect on lessons that can be learned from past activities in the SCM. This year is no different.
After my last blog post I was asked about the history of [...]