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Re: Debian games blends, possible improvements to blends pages


Andreas and I are working on the 'updated' version of the Team Metrics project.

> It would be nice to have some better metrics about how the team is doing
> and who is active where. For example commits to the VCS, bugs closed,
> uploads done. Is anyone planning on working on that?

In the latest version of the code, we are including all the above
mentioned metrics except 'bugs closed' but that is in our to-do list
and we will be working on that soon. The rest of the code is ready and
there are only few minor enhancements and fixes that are left; I think
all should be done by the end of this month.

> <pabs> SynrG: did you get this added?
> http://blends.alioth.debian.org/games/
> <pabs> we only had these before: http://wiki.debian.org/Games/Blends
> http://wiki.debian.org/Games/Live
> * pabs guesses Andreas did

FYI, here is a list of the teams that we currently have plans to
measure the performance of [0], once the code is ready.

You don't need to include any team explicitly now, we have already
included most teams (hopefully!). To put it more succinctly, we
require you to opt-in only in case we have forgotten to include your
team and also you can opt-out individually if you are not comfortable
with being included in this performance measurement.

> <SynrG> one problem with those stats is that if you take a very long
> period of time and measure total output for only the top people ...
> <SynrG> if you have extremely large output from old members who no
> longer contribute it bumps people off the list who are current and
> making significant contributions, yet not high enough to make the graph
> <pabs> yeah

The graphs are based on the old code and we now have plans to make to
all the information available to you easily so that you can interpret
it as and how you deem fit. We are just measuring the top 12 (?)
contributors to a team in a given year for these graphs, however you
will be able to adjust that according to what you require.

If you are interested in knowing more, we gave a talk at DebConf this
year about our project, 'Measuring Team Performance'. We had be happy
to answer any questions and your comments are much appreciated because
the best feedback we can get is from a team that requires the
statistics :)


[0] - http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=teammetrics/teammetrics.git;a=tree;f=etc/teammetrics;h=d30150fe6633d1dceda57370df6d32f0a29725f4;hb=HEAD

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