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From ROUSSEAU Guillaume <guillaume.rouss...@antelink.com>
Subject It makes about 40% of all Java based open source projects
Date Tue, 20 Apr 2010 08:43:46 GMT
I guess you guys already know (like us), that Apache Commons reputation 
was high, but did you expect it to be that high ?
At least it make a good reference for other projects which would like to 
evaluate how many projects reuse their libs.

Le 19/04/10 14:29, ROUSSEAU Guillaume a écrit :
> We (at Antelink) just launch a service that monitors the rate of reuse 
> within a large set of open source projects. This free service is a 
> byproduct of our R&D activity and is based on a large sample including 
> more than 162.000 projects from SourceForge and GoogleCode mainly. It 
> covers projects from the very beginning of open source history till up 
> to now, without filtering based on technologies.
>
> Looking for an example, we find interesting to use this service on 
> very popular components like Apache commons. We derived a cloud 
> including most popular apache-commons releases from which reuse rating 
> can be extracted for each of them.
> http://www.antelink.com/community/demo/ 
> <http://www.antelink.com/community>
>
> Hoping this service is useful for the community, and aiming to improve 
> further versions, we will be very open to feedbacks and comments about 
> the service, and suggestions regarding studies of interest for the 
> community.
>
> Blog entries http://www.antelink.com/blog
>
> TOP 5 most reused components from Apache Commons
> * Logging
> * Collections
> * Lang
> * BeanUtils
> * Httpclient
>
> Service (beta) : http://www.antelink.com/community
>
>
>
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