[wp-hackers] Statistics Based on WordPress Trac

Kenneth Younger kyounger at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 17:33:35 UTC 2010

On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 12:19 PM, Jacob Santos <wordpress at santosj.name>wrote:

> I developed a basic HTML scrapper for WordPress Trac and I'm wanting to go
> through and do some graphs. Is there anything anyone would want to know
> before I release my own observations?
> What I'm working on:
> 1. Number of Attachments based on username [1].
> 2. Average size of Attachments for each username.
> 3. Number of people who have more than 100 attachments verses those that
> only have less than 10.
> 4. Number of Patches based on username [1].
> 5. Time between last patch and the commit of patch (will only consider
> initial patch and commit, patches after the first commit will not be
> considered).
> 6. Number of patches for those with 25+ patches between different time
> periods (quarters).
> It took about 9 hours to scrap the 15k tickets, but now that I know which
> tickets have attachments, it should be faster to do some of the more
> involved tasks.
> Jacob Santos
> [1] Attachments are the raw files that were uploaded by the username, so it
> includes pictures, compressed files, php files, etc as well as patches and
> diff files. Patches will only include files that are .patch or .diff.
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Breaking all of the metrics down by component would be interesting as well.


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