I can see the listing but when I click on a file download link I get a page
saying "insufficient privileges. You must be logged in to view this page".
On Jul 18, 2010, at 11:27, Takeshi Yamamoto <t...@mac.com> wrote:
> It sounds strange.
> The site is set as "public".
> I have tested with different browsers without login and I could download
> 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 :-(
>> On Jul 17, 2010, at 19:26, Takeshi Yamamoto <t...@mac.com> wrote:
>>> On Jul 16, 2010, at 3:28 PM, Christian Theune wrote:
>>>> - We need to deal with the fact that some projects in svn.zope.org 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
>>> URL: http://www.retsu.info/files
>>> File1: calc3CsvProjCommitterAcct.xlsx
>>> File2: calc3CsvProjPatch.xlsx
>>> The first Excel data shows you how 779 projects are patched by commit
>>> 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, calc3.py and zopeSvnLog2.log.zip 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 calc3.py with "./calc3.py" or "python calc3.py", open generated txt
>>> files with Excel or OpenOffice.org,
>>> 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
>>> Takeshi Yamamoto
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