Analysis of XWSS and WSIT from Ohloh

Analysis of XWSS and WSIT from Ohloh Came across this inetresting website Ohloh - a resource for open source intelligence for open source projects. Its a website where you can submit the details of your open source projects (URL, cvs repositories etc) and it creates reports for your project - things like active developers, programming languages used, lines of code; commit history of developers, licences used in source files etc. I must say it looks interesting.

I created report for XWSS and WSIT - two of the projects I work on. Check the reports out and I am sure you will find some interesting things. Some interesting things I observed:

For WSIT:
1.  Over the past twelve months, 35 developers contributed new code to WSIT (Project Tango).  This is one of the largest open-source teams in the world, and is in the top 2% of all project teams on Ohloh.
2. Codebase - 94,819 LOC
3. Estimated effort - 23 Person Years
4. Languages: Java - 69%, XML - 23%, HTML - 8%

For XWSS :
1. Over the entire history of the project, 10 contributors have submitted code. 8 have done so in the last year.
2. Codebase - 117, 656 LOC ( wow xwss is ahead of wsit ;-) )
3. Estimated effort: 29 Person years

And you as a developer can claim your work in these open source projects. Here are my stats from xwss and wsit:
ohloh profile for Ashutosh Shahi

The results ofcourse are only from the point these two projects became open source.

Comments:

Hi Ashutosh. Interesting info here, thanks for it. I added statistics for WSIT NetBeans modules. If you are interested, you'll find it at my blog.

Posted by Martin Grebac on July 23, 2007 at 11:27 AM IST #

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