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Graph-View of Collaborative Development At GitHub 14

Posted by timothy
from the better-art-than-most-coffee-shops dept.
VindictivePantz writes "In an interesting graphical view on collaborative development, FlowingData writes: 'GitHub is a large community where coders can collaborate on software development projects. People check code in and out, make edits, etc. Franck Cuny maps this community (with Gephi), based on information in thousands of user profiles.'"
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Graph-View of Collaborative Development At GitHub

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  • How funny.... (Score:4, Interesting)

    by wandazulu (265281) on Wednesday March 31, 2010 @04:18PM (#31692664)

    I was just checking out these files and Gephi for a project and thought how cool they looked. I like Gephi, but one of my requirements is to be able to a diagram on demand; I see Gephi can do JDBC, but I need essentially a command-line version of it.

    BTW, the main diagram was the first time I've seen all 16 processors in my MacPro (yes, I know, hyperthreading, cores, etc.) maxed out on 100%.

  • by Dragoniz3r (992309) on Wednesday March 31, 2010 @06:03PM (#31694088)
    Little bit odd to me that C/C++/C# weren't among the languages analyzed.
    Must be that they're all dying languages that no-one uses outside of mainframes anymore.</sarcasm>

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