I've recently been given the task of updating the current ohloh summary page for a wonderful opensource quake engine modification called DarkPlaces. The enlistment for the SVN source code shows that the last update failed over a year ago despite the URL being perfectly valid. I've attempted to remove and replace the URL with the same URL in an attempt to trigger ohloh's code crawlers but much to my surprised this doesn't work and the ohloh terms on the enlistment page say not to do that. I'm dubious as to what I should do, the enlistment link is here: https://www.ohloh.net/p/6511/enlistments
I'll take a look and report back here.
My colleague fixed the core problem and rescheduled the failed update which finished OK (3105 added commits). Analysis is now at August 15, 2012 on code collected on August 15, 2012 and last commit is at August 09, 2012 (r11840 - "New cvar scrloadingscreenmaxfps" confirmed with web interface.)
Please be sure you remind me here if the project stalls again.
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