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Debian Long Tail Debian Long Tail Presentation Transcript

  • DEBIAN LONG TAIL: a free software { study | project } about copyright in debian code Andrés Maneiro, Master on Free Software
  • Motivations: copyright holders in debian
  • Motivations: long tail hipothesis
  • Companies involvement estimation is incorrent because nature of study? Hipothesis: why develop this { project | study }?
  • Source Code Phase 1: Obtain Copyright Data (pyTernity, Libresoft Research) Copyright data Copyright data Phase 2: Analizing data (R scripts, Debian Long Tail) Analysis Methodology and Work (in progress)
  • Analizing: SLOC by distro (Hamm - Jul98)
  • Analizing: SLOC by distro (Slink - Mar99)
  • Analizing: SLOC by distro (Potato - Aug00)
  • Analizing: SLOC by distro (Woody - Jul02)
  • Analizing: SLOC by distro
  • Analizing: SLOC by distro along time
  • Analizing: SLOC by distro along time
  • ToDo - same analysis for 20% of source code (not 20% packages) - packages which companies are participating - ... Results: talking about data
  • What about others projects? - Desktop systems: gnome, kde, xfree - Kernel - Firefox, Evolution - OpenOffice - LAMP pile - “Virtualization” (wine, virtualbox, ...) Other projects
  • Other projects: GNOME and KDE (% SLOC)
  • Other projects: GNOME and KDE (% SLOC)
  • Other projects: Kernel (SLOC %)
  • Thanks for your interest! Any { suggest | question } ? Andrés Maneiro – Master on Free Software