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From Lewis John Mcgibbney <lewis.mcgibb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: DRAT is now scanning Apache SVN code base!
Date Wed, 03 Feb 2016 01:39:13 GMT
Hi Karanjeet,

A good bunch of work has lready gone into this and it is looking really
friggin smart indeed.
Interesting to see some many pieces of software come together and result in
something very easy to interpret.
Good work.
Lewis

On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 11:44 PM, <dev-digest-help@community.apache.org>
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 http://drat.dyndns.org:8080/dratviz
>
> 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 <karanjes@usc.edu>),
> Professor Mattmann <mattmann@usc.edu> and/or irds-L@mymaillists.usc.edu.
>
> Thanks & Regards,
> Karanjeet Singh
> C.S. Graduate Student
> University of Southern California
> karanjes@usc.edu | +1-213-675-9583

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