Dear Open Hub Users,
We’re excited to announce that we will be moving the Open Hub Forum to https://community.synopsys.com/s/black-duck-open-hub. Beginning immediately, users can head over, register, get technical help and discuss issue pertinent to the Open Hub. Registered users can also subscribe to Open Hub announcements here.
On May 1, 2020, we will be freezing https://www.openhub.net/forums and users will not be able to create new discussions. If you have any questions and concerns, please email us at [email protected]
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Thanks for the quick fix!
Definitely. I worked on a number of Git commits which say at the bottom Commit by Some Person and Josh Triplett, but the actual commit authorship information has either Some Person or me as the ... [More]
Any chance of a version of the widgets that uses iframes, to isolate the third-party scripts from the site?
Ohloh used to have a really convenient link in the top right of every page to report a problem or make a suggestion, either privately or to the Suggestions forum. I really appreciated this, and used ... [More]
I really like the new logo feature. I noticed when attempting to upload a logo that when scaling it to 64x64 Ohloh didn't keep the aspect ratio. Could the scaling please keep the aspect ratio ... [More]
I didn't realize the incremental nature of the analyses; that does make this difficult. It would still help to know the current Ohcount version used for new analyses, though. Meanwhile, how about ... [More]
For a concrete example, see the Aptitude project. It once used CVS, and Ohloh has the information from that repository, but it now uses Mercurial, and Ohloh has no record of that.
Bug report: In a project view, the stack it button highlights the number above it, but does not increment that number until I refresh the page.
The People with Similar Stacks option shows the programs in those people's stacks but not in yours, but it only gives the number of programs your stacks have in common. Could you please provide a way to show the shared programs? Thanks.