what about adding some control files for ohloh to the repositories root:
ohloh.ignore: .js ext/
ohloh.languages: .phtml=PHP .pl=Perl
etc.. That would help in analyzing the projects.
The idea of a robots.txt-like file has been knocking around for a while, and I'm keen to implement it when we've got some time.
But I must admit this is the first time I can recall someone proposing that we use the control file to declare source file languages. That's very clever, and we'll definitely add that to the list.
Did you read my suggestion about having a ohloh.externals file?
This could link projects together, so you could know which projects uses XYZ as a component.
Being able to ignore /lib/ would make my project stats much more accurate; currently around 50% of the LOC is third party...
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