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From Karanjeet Singh <>
Subject Re: DRAT is now scanning Apache SVN code base - Completed!!!
Date Tue, 23 Feb 2016 10:42:46 GMT
Hello Everyone,

This is to update you that DRAT scan is now completed. DRATViz [0] has been
updated to reflect the statistics of all the Apache projects.

Also, we are working on to add more insightful visualizations and custom
search based dashboards to DRATViz.


Thanks & Regards,
Karanjeet Singh
C.S. Graduate Student
University of Southern California | +1-213-675-9583

On Sun, Jan 31, 2016 at 12:52 PM, Karanjeet Singh <> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
> With great pleasure, I would like to introduce DRAT (Distributed Release
> Audit Tool) which is a distributed, parallelized wrapper around Apache RAT
> to inspect for appropriate open source licensing in software projects.
> DRAT was started by my advisor, Chris Mattmann, in an effort to get RAT
> working on a ver large code base. RAT uses Apache OODT, Apache Tika, and
> Apache Solr.
> We are now auditing the complete Apache SVN code base to check for proper
> licenses. Until now, we have scanned 171 / 191 repositories and
> illustrated the statistics for 133 of them through D3 visualization
> located at
> Projects should check out the MIME analysis of the code base and click
> around. Please also note due to the sheer size of the Apache code bases
> and the fact that we scanned and included all revisions in the Apache SVN
> repo, DRAT is not running in real time. We are running DRAT on the NSF
> Super Computer Wrangler, which has a petabyte of flash storage and the
> ability to stand up Hadoop and Spark clusters. We are also working on a
> paper describing our results.
> Please send feedback to myself (Karanjeet Singh <>),
> Professor Mattmann <> and/or
> Thanks & Regards,
> Karanjeet Singh
> C.S. Graduate Student
> University of Southern California
> | +1-213-675-9583


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