The Top projects list is a dynamic list based on a cumulative page
views. Occassionally the ranking is scalled or zero'd to give newer
projects a chance to compete for the top rankings with older more
established projects. This last occurred a few months ago.
Hope this answers your question.
--- Jan Wieck <JanWieck(at)Yahoo(dot)com> wrote:
> On 6/8/2004 11:04 AM, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Jan Wieck wrote:
> >> On 6/8/2004 9:58 AM, darren(at)up(dot)hrcoxmail(dot)com wrote:
> >> >> I guess I have to address a slightly broader audience, or do I
> >> >> from the total lack of interest in this matter that nobody
> cares if we
> >> >> promote something here as one of our "top five" flagship
> projects, that
> >> >> is inactive for years and still a prototype implementation
> >> >> PostgreSQL 6.4 with no ideas how to incorporate the semantic
> changes of
> >> >> MVCC into the concept.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > Jan,
> >> >
> >> > Perhaps you should contact the project admin or at least
> >> > posting to the project mailing list, before assuming the
> >> > project is dead. Admittedly there has been several
> >> > delays and periods of inactivity, but declaring a
> >> > project dead without investigating is quite
> >> > inappropriate.
> >> I apologize and admit that it should have been posted to the
> >> mailing list.
> > I assumed the top-5 projects are dynamic based on the amount of
> > activity, not hardcoded as they seem to be.
> Looking at "orapgsqlviews", which had the last CVS commit 3 years ago
> and is still clinging to its top-5 position, I don't think so. Chris?
> # It's easier to get forgiveness for being wrong than for being
> right. #
> # Let's break this rule - forgive me.
> JanWieck(at)Yahoo(dot)com #
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