Ohloh Opens Code, and Privacy Debate
Jan 26, 2008, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Open source development and network site Ohloh has open sourced
code for its site and service, which tracks open source developers,
their projects and contributions. The company is starting what it
says will be the opening of all of its code with Ohcount, its
source code line counter now available under the GPLv2.
"Ohloh is among a new crop of open source software repositories
and developer communities offering data and developer information.
It has also evoked privacy concerns and even condemnation from some
developers wary of Ohloh's presentation of information on them and
their open source development..."