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Re: Revision # theorhetical upper limit

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-05-19 15:11:18 CEST

Reid Spencer <reid@x10sys.com> writes:
> Perhaps a more realistic score board would be to publish the projects
> with the highest number of commits per month. Not exactly an accurate
> reflection of project activity since the contest would tend to foster
> lots of smaller, otherwise unnecessary, commits. But, it might be an
> interesting benchmark on SVN itself. Projects could strive for 10,000
> or 100,000 commits per month.
> Perhaps I'll write a little C program to compute the number of commits
> in a given time range.

Feel free... but I must admit, personally I wouldn't want to encourage
that sort of race

   "Judging developers by the number of changes they make is like
    judging a legislature by the number of laws it passes."

Hey, I said it, so I can put quote marks around it. :-)


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