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From Alfred Webber <atweb...@wimss.com>
Subject RE: Metrics & Baseline Reporting to Apache
Date Fri, 18 Nov 2016 21:59:23 GMT
Thanks Shane that was really helpful as well.   Thanks for advising me  the ban limits.  I
won't come anywhere near those :)


Thanks again!


-Alfred

-----Original Message-----
From: Shane Curcuru [mailto:asf@shanecurcuru.org] 
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2016 10:49 AM
To: dev@community.apache.org; Alfred Webber <atwebber@wimss.com>
Subject: Re: Metrics & Baseline Reporting to Apache

Alfred Webber wrote on 11/14/16 3:31 PM:
> Thanks Niclas,
> 
> Openhub has most of what I was thinking.   It’s a case of not knowing
> what was out there.   Thanks so much for the link.  There is a little
> more I would like to see with this.  But this is a big help.    Now,
> I know that it can & has been done, I can add what I need or use as 
> is.

There are also some statistics collected in our projects listing, and the ComDev project (here)
is interested in adding more data over time:

  https://projects.apache.org/

> Most of the information in OpenHub comes from version control logs
> which is awesome.   I wanted to report on builds, issues, unit tests
> (where they exists) as well.   The only missing piece was how to
> query ASF Jira without the 100 record limit.   Based on your
> feedback, this may be a non-issue as I’m connecting to the Jira 
> projects as ‘anonymous’ and anonymous users by default may have the
> 100 record limit.

If you're crawling any Apache service, just be aware of the ban rules:

  https://www.apache.org/dev/infra-ban.html

- Shane

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