gitdm v0.10 available

From: Jonathan Corbet
Date: Fri Jul 18 2008 - 17:47:20 EST

Gitdm (the "git data miner") is the tool that Greg KH and I have used
to crank out statistics on where kernel patches come from. For the
curious, I have (finally) put up a public repository for gitdm at:


That repository is currently tagged at v0.10, for whatever that's worth.

There is a mildly redacted version of the configuration files used in
the creation of kernel statistics at:

If nothing else, the domain->company mapping files should be useful for
anybody who might be interested in using gitdm on projects other than
the kernel.

Please be warned that gitdm is not a polished release of a
production-quality tool; it's something which has been made to work
just well enough for what we needed to do at any given time. Needless
to say, patches to make it better are welcome.

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