I am curious - why the workflowserver project has the checkmark indicating that the code is well commented, but the ndjango does not? In terms of comment line perecentage as shown by code analysis it is even better than workflowserver. At some point the checkmark was there but then disapperaed. What happened?
Projects are compared to other projects written in the same language.
F# programs are about 38% comments, on average.
C# programs are about 23% comments, on average.
So a project with 38% comments is just average for F#, but is exceptional for C#.
I will say that F# support is very new for Ohloh, so we do not have a good baseline for what "average" means yet. This number will probably vary a bit (and badges my appear or disappear) until we have a lot of F# in our system and the comment ratios have stabilized.
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