XBMC is in the Top 50 most active open source projects
#1
According to Ohloh

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=ne...px=MTA4Mzg

https://events.linuxfoundation.org/image..._sands.pdf

Pretty cool news!
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#2
Neat - the interesting thing is that the number of commits we do has reduced in the last 12 months as git usage and pull requests are becoming the norm - more review means less churn (commit/fix/fix/fix/fix) in master. In addition, we've had a feature freeze for about 6 months as well!

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Jonathan
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#3
In fact as some are duplicates or subsections of a project XBMC is more likely in the top 30 - 40!

Amazing work - but I knew that before :-)

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#4
yea this is a great project, I even heard a conversation on the train a few days ago about XBMC! felt all giddy and wanted to join in.
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#5
Thats actually really interesting for the state of opensource in general.

"Only a small fraction of all the projects ever started gain longterm traction."

"Less than 5% of all projects on Ohloh are “live”: a commit in the past year, and more than 1 committer, ever"
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#6
I think XBMC break that boundry just alone in the last month with all the pending PR going in post-Eden
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