Jenkins commit activities in 2012

Stephen is having fun with Git and R, and I saw another person creating a similar comparison (although I’m not sure where the credit should go on that one.)

Both charts are great, but I also noticed that their Y-axis aren’t consistent. So if people aren’t careful they might not see Jenkins as favorably as it actually is. So here is the graph, comparing # of commits in the year 2012. They both only includes the core and in the master branch:

On average, we have 41.2 commits per week, compared to 9.7 on the other side. If you want the raw data, here is the Excel file.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Kanstantsin Shautsou says:

    What repository has been used for hudson (apache or github)?

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