[Libreoffice] development summary: year 2011, week 23

John LeMoyne Castle lemoyne.castle at gmail.com
Mon Jun 13 15:27:27 PDT 2011

Hi Petr, 
I was thinking about cranking through the past emails like this one and
generating Development Summary pages on the wiki by hand.  
Then I discovered the related easy hack --

I am now looking at adding a -w=<yyyy-ww> (weekly wikify) option to
lo-commit-stat that would generate a suitable weekly wiki page entire.  Then
only the page creation is manual labor that I can look forward to. I see
from the wiki that the bug number handling could be more powerful, there may
be ways to look more deeply at the commits and the resulting bug numbers on
the Wiki should be links back to the related bug @ xxx.  There is also the
extraction of commits common to all repos. 
I assume that you wrote lo-commit-stat... 
Anything else that should go into -wikify?
Any internal tips?  
What is standard week boundary here (i.e. Monday->Sunday)? 
Can I put a (c) TDF header on it?


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