Past week we published the first stable version of NavalPlan, you can read the announcement for more information about version 1.0.
In this post I’d like to highlight some numbers around NavalPlan development. You can easily check the amount of work done with a quick review to the following numbers:
- Time: We have been working in the project for 21 months (from April 2009 to January 2011).
- Developers: 14 people have committed code in the repository, being the core team composed by 11 developers:
- Lines: We have written 152677 lines (according to SLOCCount) most of them in Java (144095 lines).
- Commits: 5315 commits have been pushed in master branch till 1.0 release, being Óscar the top committer with almost half of them (2449 commits).
- Bugs: 796 bugs have been reported in the bugtracker, where 628 bugs have been fixed for version 1.0.
Finally, I would like to publicly thank the whole team for their effort during this time. Thank you all, we have reached an important step where we have a stable release of the product available for end users. NavalPlan 1.0 is here! We should be really proud ;-)
PS: You can find these numbers and more information related with development in NavalPlan page at Ohloh. Ohloh is a nice website about free software projects, which extracts information directly from source code repositories.