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SubjectRe: Who wrote 2.6.28
Jaswinder Singh Rajput said the following on 2009-1-9 22:09:
> On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 8:48 PM, Wang Chen <wangchen@cn.fujitsu.com> wrote:
>> As Jonathon and Greg did, I also made a statistic about who wrote the Linux kernel.
>> The following data is for 2.6.28 development. (http://www.remword.com/kps_result/)
>>
>> 1. The attachment graph "commit.png" shows the change of commit amount of patches and changed lines.
>> It seems that 2.6.28 has less commits than 2.6.27 of both patch set and changed lines.
>>
>> 2. The attachment graph "who.png" shows the involved developers and employers in each version of kernel.
>> It seems that 2.6.28 has more developers and companies involved than previous two versions, but
>> less than that of 2.6.25. From a long vision, more and more developers and companies join to the
>> development of Linux kernel, but the increase speed is not so fast.
>>
>
> In http://remword.com/kps_result/2_6_29_whole_line.html
> Earlier I was using email address: Jaswinder Singh
> <jaswinder@infradead.org> (Unknown #25) and now I am using:
> Jaswinder Singh Rajput <jaswinderrajput@gmail.com> (Unknown #25)
>
> If possible can you link above two emails.
>

Sure. Will fix.
Thanks Jaswinder.


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