X11 Server Development Pace Hits a Two Decade Low
The X.Org Server development this year on a commit basis hasn’t been as low since 2003 when there were just 125 commits under their old development model and even back then meant there was +865k lines /680k lines removed across that span of commits. There hasn’t been so little code churn to the X Server since 2002. […] This year saw commits from just 32 different email addresses, down from 48 in prior years and that number of different authors hasn’t been so low since 2003 when there were just 10 recorded. Olivier Fourdan of Red Hat was the most prolific committer to the X.Org Server this year with nearly a quarter of the commits. Following Olivier was Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia, Peter Hutterer, Michel DÃnzer, Alan Coopersmith, and Sultan Alsawaf. This year’s X.Org Server development metrics can be found here.
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