[Dev] CVS activity now reporting to CIA

Grant Bowman grantbow at grantbow.com
Sun Jul 25 11:04:48 PDT 2004


Would it make sense to request a CIA Ruleset so that a bot is logged
into irc.osafoundation.org?  Two options come to mind, either a separate
channel irc://irc.osafoundation.org/commits or in #chandler.  This might
be a good way to spark developer discussions within the context of
specific change announcements from CIA.  It would also give a sense of
activity not otherwise seen via IRC for newcomers that stop by.

The code for the CIA BotNetwork is an interesting Twisted application.
Perhaps an opus/tellbot derivative could be based on their framework.

-- 
-- Grant Bowman                                <grantbow at grantbow.com>


* Heikki Toivonen <heikki at osafoundation.org> [040723 15:06]:
> That CIA got your attention, right? ;)
> 
> Well, I mean this CIA: http://cia.navi.cx/
> 
>   "Real-time open source activity stats"
> 
> Currently 239 Open Source projects are reporting checkins to CIA. The 
> report includes the time of the checkin, the author's username, checkin 
> comment and the file names. It's a bit like dumbed down Bonsai. You can 
> see how your project "competes" against the other projects with checkin 
> stats, and hopefully this will attract more people who are interested in 
> Chandler development.
> 
> -- 
>   Heikki Toivonen
> 




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