As a number of us have started to do major work in github forks, I'd like to track those changes too please :)
mmm, ok, the git hub forks have finally succeeded, but it looks like its counting each repository cumulativly.
Would it help if we used the github mirrors rather than our main subversion repository for the 'official' source code?
The problem is that we will track all the repositories you enlist together. We currently have no way to record all the commits for all repositories but only count the lines-of-code in one repo. I don't think using a mirror will make any difference to this. I suspect this is something that needs to be the subject of an improvement request. I will pass on the information to management.
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