FYI, it looks like our Ohloh project stats should be back online soon. Our repo history had simply gotten too big since we were first indexed. We've been unable to get our statistics recalculated since Sourceforge changed their backend and caused our repo enlistments to change.
I've been working with Ohloh for the past couple weeks to get it working again. Made a couple patches, had some extended discussions. It looks like we'll be back on track here in hopefully a few days. The new method is using svnsync, so it should be worlds better (and faster).
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Peter Degen-Portnoy
> Date: September 4, 2013 8:29:16 AM EDT
> To: Christopher Sean Morrison <brlcad@...>
> Cc: Steven Snow, Abhay Mujumdar
> Subject: Re: BRL-CAD at ohloh.net
> We've implemented new logic to use SVN Sync and have demonstrated that it is being used as expected. We had wanted to see a full analysis complete before declaring victory, but that is a rather long running process for a development machine. I will start running it on a utility server for that extra degree of assuredness.
> That said, the fix has been checked in, reviewed and accepted and merged into our deployment master; it will go out with our next deployment.