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Re: About tidying up Kwalitee metrics

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From:
Thomas Klausner
Date:
June 25, 2008 03:19
Subject:
Re: About tidying up Kwalitee metrics
Message ID:
20080625101559.GA12435@d610.chello.at
Hi!

On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 10:10:07AM +0200, Salve J Nilsen wrote:

> I propose to split the current "main" and "optional" kwalitee scales into 
> topical ones, so we can allow for richer set of metrics while allowing 
> everyone that care mostly about certain types of metric access to 
> "untainted" versions.
> ...
> Thoughts?

I've been very quite lately regarding CPANTS, mostly because I currently 
have more interesting things to do (at the moment I'm in the lucky 
situation that my day job is more fun than my non-paid open source 
activities). This does not mean that I want to give up maintaing CPANTS.

I like most of the feedback given here (and on use.perl) in the last 
months, and would love to turn some of the suggestions into code. I 
would of course love it even more, if you [all of you, not Slave] would 
turn some of the suggestions into code...

Anyway, next week my kids are on holidays with my father, which will buy 
me some extra time. Some of this time will go into CPANTS.

I have a talk on CPANTS scheduled for YAPC::Europe. I would love to turn 
this into a "how to contribute" thing, followed by a hacking-session.


One comment regarding 'each devel sets his/her own kwalitee metrics':
This could be quite easy for the various views etc. But I'm not sure how 
to calculate a game score then. Do we end up with lots of different 
games? But then, it's only the game (which still motivates a few 
people..)
Oh, and of course even yet only 'core' metrics are used to calculate the 
game score.

Anyway, even if I do not reply on all comments, I'm collecting the 
feedback and will comment/implement parts of it. When I have tuits.


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