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Graphing the "freeze depression"


since I know from the past that my talks with "Debian Med" somewhere in
the title are not attracting a huge audience I'd like to give you a
clear warning here:  If you expect to learn something from my talk about
medicine or biology - you are definitely wrong here.  I will explain only
the bare minimum about that topic.

However if you want to see some of my findings about effects of the Debian
release cycle based on teammetrics statistics which are based on commits
on several (other than Debian Med!) teams[1] and the uploads of Debian
packages in general[2] you are kindly invited to watch my DebConf talk


So if you want to see my interpretation of what I would call "Freeze
Depression" this will be shown on several graphs - for sure embedded
into other things I dedicate more to the Debian Med team.  But watching
the effect of sprints of one team might make you learn something for
your team as well - so again:  That's not a talk for biologist or people
in medical care - it is a talk for those who care about team work in

See you later


[1] https://people.debian.org/~tille/talks/20210825_one_year_of_pandemie/commits-all.pdf
[2] https://people.debian.org/~tille/talks/20210825_one_year_of_pandemie/uploads-all.pdf


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