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    Hot potatoes, get your red hot potatoes!
    by rob on Friday, January 04 @ 18:43:22 GMT

    The number of physical lines of sourcecode (SLOC) of Debian have been counted and a paper published detailing the breakdown of the sourcecode type/source package in Debian 2.2 (aka potato). The article also gives an indicator of how much development in the proprietary environment might have cost.

    An absolutely fascinating insight into Debian, way to go lads. Now, get working on woody statistics. The number of physical lines of sourcecode (SLOC) of Debian have been counted and a paper published detailing the breakdown of the sourcecode type/source package in Debian 2.2 (aka potato). The article also gives an indicator of how much development in the proprietary environment might have cost.

    An absolutely fascinating insight into Debian, way to go lads. Now, get working on woody statistics.


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