It sounds strange.

The site is set as "public".  
I have tested with different browsers without login and I could download files.
Google account should not be required.

Do you mean you cannot see the listing of files when you accessed to that URL 
in your browser?


On Jul 18, 2010, at 6:08 PM, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:

> I cannot access the files. Apparently you must have a Google account and log 
> in :-(
> jens
> On Jul 17, 2010, at 19:26, Takeshi Yamamoto <> wrote:
>> On Jul 16, 2010, at 3:28 PM, Christian Theune wrote:
>>> - We need to deal with the fact that some projects in are
>>> likely abandoned and we need to deal with it. Initially we will start
>>> annotating the repository policy report with 'last checkin time' and
>>> 'frequent committers' to allow everyone to scan through the rather
>>> large report and check for projects that they are interested in.
>> I hope my recent survey could help this activity.
>> Please download and take a look for a first couple of files at this location.
>> URL:
>> File1: calc3CsvProjCommitterAcct.xlsx
>> File2: calc3CsvProjPatch.xlsx
>> The first Excel data shows you how 779 projects are patched by commit action.
>> Since one commit action could have several patch action against several 
>> different projects,
>> the number is counted based on patch(modify, add, rename, delete) action 
>> instead of commit.
>> This will help you to determine which projects are active and which are not 
>> active recently.
>> The second Excel data has the patch count per committer per project.
>> The patch count per project per committer is also available as you may find 
>> several worksheets in it.
>> This will help you to determine the maintainers for a specific project and 
>> how many patches the person committed.
>> Other two files, and files are downloadable for 
>> the person who wants
>> to try to do it by oneself.  Just make a temporary directory, put these two 
>> files, unzip log file, 
>> run with "./" or "python", open generated txt 
>> files with Excel or,
>> then sort/summarize/making chart etc within spreadsheets.
>> Just for your info:
>> * We(Me, Yuta, Ryosuke) have translated Philipp's "Web Component Development 
>> with Zope 3" book into Japanese.
>> First half was published last year, and later half was published a week ago.
>> * The last file on the download page, a zipped Excel files shows Zope 
>> developers world is growing continuously over past 14 years.
>> The code making activity is continuously growing.  Mailing list activity is 
>> also active though it was shrunk from the bubble.
>> This number is based on "commit", not "patch" since this does not concern 
>> project.
>> Regards,
>> Takeshi Yamamoto 
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