May 2008 data released

Moles, the May 2008 data has been released. Find it all at our SF project page. Forges included this month are: FM, RF, OW.

April 2008 data released

Hi moles! April 2008 data has been released on our SF project page. Enjoy it! (Debian data included!)

UPDATE 08-JUL-2008: new files released to get past problem with data quality on these April files.

February data released

Go to our file release page on Sourceforge and pick up all the latest files.

Included this month: SF, FM, RF, OW flat files and data marts (sql statements).

(Debian is on the way! I'll update here as soon as it's ready.)

Enjoy!

February data released

Go to our file release page on Sourceforge and pick up all the latest files.

Included this month: SF, FM, RF, OW flat files and data marts (sql statements).

(Debian is on the way! I'll update here as soon as it's ready.)

Enjoy!

Jan files released and Dec datamarts posted

Hi Moles!

The January data files have been released, and I went back and released the December data marts too (sql statements to make your own database).

Have fun with it! Grab the data from our Sourceforge project page.

December data released

Hello moles! After considerable delay, here is the December data. Enjoy!

Download the data from our SF release page!

November data released

Files for November 2007 have been released here:

Sourceforge File Release Page

October data released

Sorry for the lack of postings! The data has been released, I guess I just forgot to post the updates.

Here are the October data links.

August data released (mostly)

Greetings moles! We have the August data release mostly done.

Get the data marts (sql) or the flat files over on our Sourceforge file release page, or use the query tool to explore.

I say the August is "mostly" done because we had some technical difficulties with the Sourceforge and Debian releases, but these should be cleared up around mid-month.

SF Status pages: bug fix

Just wanted to let you guys know about a bug fix on the status pages for the SF data. Each project has a "status" (i.e. beta, alpha, production, etc). We were under the impression that each project only had a single status (we assumed this represented the project's "current" status), but this turned out not to be the case.

Our code was therefore erroneously grabbing only the first of a possible list of status codes. Consequently, some projects that had multiple status codes were not shown correctly.

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