Yet another list statistics for debian-lex
as you can read in my lightning talk at DebConf
I did some investigation on who is frequently posting
on our mailing lists. I now created graphs until
end of last year and write a short summary for
those lists I regard worth a comment. I'm not
CCed to all of this list so if you want to discuss
something please keep me in CC. If you want to
discuss the results in general just write to debian-project.
All graphs and the code that was used to create the
graphs are available at
If you are interested in a mailing list which was not
analysed, just tell me. I was running the scripts on
those lists I personally had some interest and those
with more than 1000 subscribers.
I plan to clean up code and write some doc about it
but this will not happen in the next couple of weeks.
The graph for this specific list is
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The initiator of this list vanished (or at least did not showed
any activity any more) and I have the feeling that the try to
awake people on the list somehow failed. I would love to welcome
jurists in the Debian Pure Blends effort but a lot of work has
to be done. I do not really mean packaging work. I think
much more important is to define a goal you want to approach
and then attract people who are obliged to this goal.