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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: use of CHANGES files for research
Date Thu, 02 Mar 2000 23:12:54 GMT
I'm thinking the CVS logs might be better, because trying to
quantify things is a bit more exact that way. The size of an
entry in CHANGES has very little correlation with the
complexity or usefulness of the actual code. But the CHANGES
file certainly gives some useful glimpses I think.
Chuck Murcko at work wrote:
> 
> Someone at UPenn's Wharton Business School has approached the group
> about using the CHANGES files from past versions of Apache in their
> research. Since this is public data already, my inclination is to think
> that there are no problems with them doing things like
> 
> Where are most Apache developers clustered?
> What areas/developers are most active in changing Apache?
> How do the patterns above change over time?
> 
> Does anyone see a problem with this? If not, I'll see that they can get
> what they need.
> -- 
> Chuck
> Chuck Murcko
> Here: chuck.murcko@trintech.com
> There: chuck@topsail.org
> 


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