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Wayland, Weston 1.2 Development Statistics

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Published on 24 July 2013 11:02 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Wayland
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With the recent release of Wayland/Weston 1.2, here's a look at some current development statistics.

When running GitStats on the current Wayland and Weston Compositor Git code as of today, some interesting figures include:

- The Wayland Git repository at the moment is home to 19,054 lines of code that's been developed by 81 authors over 1,374 commits.

- Kristian Høgsberg, Wayland's founder, remains the most prolific contributor. Following Kristian is Pekka Paalanen, Tiago Vignatti, Peter Hutterer, Ander Conselvan de Oliveira, Benjamin Franzke, and Matthias Clasen.

- Among the top contributors by domain include Red Hat and Intel, among other individual domains. It's certainly more diverse than all of Mir's current contributors being from Canonical.

- Wayland is made up of 100 files.

- Wayland's code-base has grown back into size nearly where it was at when the reference compositor (Weston) was part of it.

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In terms of the Weston reference compositor to Wayland the latest stats include:

- Weston is at 71,175 lines of code spread across 3,140 commits and from 100 authors.

- There's more active days of Weston developer in Git than there is for Wayland.

- Weston consists of 168 files in Git.

- In 2011 there were 634 commits to Weston, in 2012 there were 1,503 commits to Weston, but so far in 2013 there were only 512 commits. The commits year-to-date added 27,628 lines of code while nuking 12,001 lines.

- Kristian is the most prolific Weston contributor followed by Pekka Paalanen, Ander Conselvan de Oliveira, Jan Arne Petersen, Benjamin Franzke, Tiago Vignatti, and Daniel Stone.

- While currently at 71k lines of code, the line count for Weston is steadily increasing.

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