Git statistics from Eclipse Platform.UI in September 2015

Last month our cleanup hero was Sopot! He delete the 2.0 compatibility layer plug-in.

Developers with the most changesets
Lars Vogel 42 (40.4%)
Markus Keller 11 (10.6%)
Simon Scholz 8 (7.7%)
Dani Megert 6 (5.8%)
Brian de Alwis 6 (5.8%)
Dirk Fauth 5 (4.8%)
Jonas Helming 5 (4.8%)
Stefan Xenos 4 (3.8%)
Sopot Cela 3 (2.9%)
Matthias Becker 3 (2.9%)
Alexander Kurtakov 3 (2.9%)
Patrik Suzzi 2 (1.9%)
Sergey Prigogin 1 (1.0%)
Andrey Loskutov 1 (1.0%)
Dariusz Stefanowicz 1 (1.0%)
Christian Radspieler 1 (1.0%)
Christian Georgi 1 (1.0%)
Daniel Haftstein 1 (1.0%)

Developers with the most changed lines
Sopot Cela 9226 (40.0%)
Lars Vogel 5510 (23.9%)
Stefan Xenos 3266 (14.1%)
Markus Keller 1728 (7.5%)
Dirk Fauth 1107 (4.8%)
Simon Scholz 861 (3.7%)
Jonas Helming 504 (2.2%)
Brian de Alwis 439 (1.9%)
Alexander Kurtakov 228 (1.0%)
Matthias Becker 139 (0.6%)
Patrik Suzzi 37 (0.2%)
Andrey Loskutov 20 (0.1%)
Dani Megert 9 (0.0%)
Sergey Prigogin 6 (0.0%)
Christian Georgi 6 (0.0%)
Daniel Haftstein 2 (0.0%)
Dariusz Stefanowicz 1 (0.0%)
Christian Radspieler 1 (0.0%)

Developers with the most lines removed
Sopot Cela 9213 (43.6%)
Lars Vogel 2244 (10.6%)
Dirk Fauth 352 (1.7%)
Markus Keller 201 (1.0%)
Simon Scholz 171 (0.8%)
Alexander Kurtakov 80 (0.4%)
Daniel Haftstein 1 (0.0%)

About Lars Vogel

Lars Vogel is the founder and CEO of the vogella GmbH and works as Eclipse and Android consultant, trainer and book author. He is a regular speaker at international conferences,

He is the primary author of vogella.com. With more than one million visitors per month this website is one of the central sources for Java, Eclipse and Android programming information.

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2 Responses to Git statistics from Eclipse Platform.UI in September 2015

  1. Good to see that old deprecated plugins and layers are actively being removed from the Eclipse platform. Great work!

    Brings me to the question when it’s planned to deprecate and eventually remove the Eclipse 3.0 compatibility layer from the platform. We are still developing our products using this compatibility layer and it would be quite useful to know when we will be forced to migrate to Eclipse E4 technology.

    Kind regards,
    Niels Brouwers.

  2. Lars Vogel says:

    Niels, we in the platform team do not plan to remove 3.0 soon but 4.0 is so much better that you anyway should migrate. 🙂

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