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Re: Is metrics.debian.net dead or am I missing something ?

Hi Shirish

(CC'ing you vecause I don't know if you are subscribed. I'm subscribed so no need to CC me)

El 17 de febrero de 2017 10:59:31 CET, "shirish शिरीष" <shirishag75@gmail.com> escribió:
>Hi all,
>I came to know about metrics.debian.net from
>https://lists.debian.org/debian-publicity/2014/07/ as part of looking
>to spam cleanup.
>I looked at the webpage and looked at couple of metrics which seemed
>promising to me -
>Now the latest run for package stats as shown in the table is from
>2016-05-27 00:00:12.927601 while the graph shows stats till 2017-01-01
>I also found the colors a bit confusing - perhaps for something like
>stable, testing and unstable (sid) there should have been more
>contrasting colors. Having similar color scheme makes it confusing,
>for instance the top-most line in the graph is probably experimental
>or unstable/sid, which it is I have no idea. If I assume it to be
>unstable/sid then experimental is nowhere to be seen. Below that seems
>to be testing/stretch and below that is stable/jessie which is being
>seen as a straight line.
>Similarly, the vcs page - http://metrics.debian.net/m/vcs
>the graph seems totally wrong while the stats seem to be more in-line
>with my thought process i.e. git being the king and all.
>But as can be seen, even that seems to be missing latest stats -

As it can be seen in the mail list thread you pointed, we (publicity) were asked to spread the word about metrics.d.n, but this project was not run by us.

I suggest you contact Joseph Bisch or have a look at the GSoC projects of former year and subsequent years, to figure out what happened with metrics.d.n.

OTOH tere are/have been several different initiatives in Debian to show metrics/graphs about the project. I doubt they all (the 'current ones' and the defunct ones) are gathered together in one place, but I guess a search for "metrics" in the Debian Wiki will give good results to any person interested in this. Some of these projects may have been abandoned in favor of other metrics 


>Last run seemed to be at 2014-05-29 00:14:48.632243
>Comments, anyone.

Laura Arjona Reina

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