[Teammetrics-discuss] Linking Different Metrics

Vipin Nair swvist at gmail.com
Tue May 22 22:15:32 UTC 2012

Hi Sukhbir,

On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 1:42 AM, Sukhbir Singh <sukhbir.in at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Vipin,
> Just to give you an idea so that you can start your work, this is how
> the config file for linking repositories and mailing lists within a
> team will look like:
>    [Name of Team]
>    repository = $REPOSITORY
>    list =  $LIST-1
>            .
>            .
>            $LIST-n
> The `list' option can have multiple values because some teams have
> more than one mailing lists. (Multiple values are separated by a '\n'
> character)
> Some have multiple repositories even (different packages within a
> team), but that is taken care of by the code that parses these
> repositories, so you don't have to worry about it. To get an idea, try
> this on blends.d.n:
>    $ psql teammetrics -c "SELECT DISTINCT package FROM commitstat
> WHERE project='debian-med';"
> So for the single `debian-med' repository, there are 56 packages. But
> like I said, don't worry, I am just telling you so that you are aware
> of this.
> An example config file will look like:
>    [Debian Teams Activity Metrics]
>    repository = teammetrics
>    lists = teammetrics-discuss

Thank you Sukhbir. That helped. Now I can get started.

> As far as populating this is concerned, I will (try to) do it by this
> weekend. For now, you should just use the sample config file I
> described to start your work and test your code, etc.

If you are doing that, we should have a git repo, but if you are
pushing it to the existing repo, I can cherry pick it. For now, I am
starting a local repo and pushing to it.

Vipin Nair
National Institute of Technology, Calicut

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