Commit Digests

Tuesday, January 31, 2012 20:38 - GNOME

After several months on hiatus, then some January evenings to process the backlog, I am happy to have the commit digests back to the present day.

What now? I'll try to get back to the weekly updates, whatever the weather.

Of course you can help; whenever you see a noteworthy commit, whenever you make a noteworthy commit, just send me an email, or ping me on IRC, this will help me, and could also bring other perspectives on what constitutes a “noteworthy” commit. And if you love the commit digests, if you have time on your hands, you can help extending the projects to new heights, got an interest in statistics? got an interest in interviews? there's a place for you.

Happy reading!

Last Modification: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 20:41

Thanks! They're great.

Comment by Anders on January 31, 2012 21:35

Thanks for taking the time to work on that.

Comment by Alexandre Franke on February 1, 2012 10:11

Hi Frédéric, thanks for that big amount of work. I did not know these existed. How about aggregating them to

Anyway, you might be interested in a tool for commit digests called Enzyme. The KDE community has an commit digest for a long time that was driven by Danny Allen, but his call for participation wasn't successful. In the end he implemented enzyme to work on the digests collaboratively and it seems to have helped. It currently powers

Comment by Carsten on February 1, 2012 11:56

I'm please to see the return of the GNOME commit digests. Thank you Fred.

Comment by Stéphane on February 1, 2012 13:38

Thanks for doing that I like it a lot and it is really interesting to know in a brief what has been doing the GNOME community :)

Comment by Gil Forcada on February 2, 2012 0:17

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