-------- Přeposlaná zpráva --------
Předmět: SPDX Statistics - Marco Polo edition
Datum: Fri, 15 Sep 2023 07:38:26 +0200
Od: Miroslav Suchý <msuchy(a)redhat.com>
Společnost: Red Hat Czech, s.r.o.
Komu: Development discussions related to Fedora <devel(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
Two weeks ago we had:
* 23128 spec files in Fedora
* 29572license tags in all spec files
* 16519 tags have not been converted to SPDX yet
* 6059tags can be trivially converted using `license-fedora2spdx`
* Progress: 44.14% ░░░░██████ 100%
825 out of 2479 packages are not converted yet
Today we have:
* 23143 spec files in Fedora
* 29600license tags in all spec files
* 16169 tags have not been converted to SPDX yet
* 5903tags can be trivially converted using `license-fedora2spdx`
* Progress: 45.35% ░░░░██████ 100%
603 out of 2986 packages are not converted yet
Graph with the burndown chart:
The list of packages needed to be converted is here:
List by package maintainers is here
List of packages from ELN subset that needs to be converted:
New version of fedora-license-data has been released. With 17 new licenses (plus bunch of
public domain declarations).
31 licenses are waiting to be review by SPDX.org
(and then to be added to
Legal docs and especially
was updated too.
New projection when we will be finished is 2025-01-30 (we are slowing down. Again. :( ).
Pure linear approximation.
If your package does not have neither git-log entry nor spec-changelog entry mentioning
SPDX and you know your license
tag matches SPDX formula, you can put your package on ignore list
Either pull-request or direct email to me is fine.
Why Marco Polo edition? On today's date at 1254, an Italian merchant Marco Polo was
born. He traveled to Asia (today's
China). It took him 4 years to get there, 3 years to get back. And he stayed 17 years
there. He wrote a book Millione
about this travel. That made him famous and even nowadays is great insight about Asia of
Do you hesitate how to proceed with the migration? Please follow