Uploaded my 1200th changeset. This was 9 months after the 1100th changeset. I was mostly focused on defining the research problem, so not much actual code writing. In the 100 changeset, there were 111 files modified and around 4000 lines of new code.
We submitted a paper yesterday that describes our system. It’s anonymized submission so I can’t talk about the details.
But let me talk about the engineering effort.
We’ve wrote 40 thousand lines of code in the past one and half years, and we’ve checked in almost 1000 changesets in this period. I am the main contributor and wrote about 60% of all the code. But this is a large project. We had six people working on this project, either contributing the code, testing the system or providing suggestions, so that’s equivalent to more than a hundred man-months!
All of the effort is simply for publishing one research paper. Phew! This is not easy!
I just pushed up the 900th ContextLattice code into repository!
This is another milestone, and 1000th changeset is just around the corner. Our system has been getting more feature-rich, robust and efficient everyday!
After 10 months of hardwork, the 600th changeset is committed! Also, since last December, we’ve contributed more than 30,000 lines of code. This is a really huge project!
Congratulations to all of the contributors: Bo, Sunghwan, Rui, Yu-Chen, Chip and Milind. I almost forgot to mention that our 500th commit of Mace-Fullcontext has been pushed up to the repository! I would like to thank all of you who have contributed to this project.
We officially committed the first changeset on last December 21, and it took less than 9 months to reach the 500th. Since that time, we have committed more than 22,000 lines of code into repository.
The mace fullcontext project is a follow-up project of Mace-incontext, a parallel execution event driven system, led by Sunghwan Yoo, and we started the discussion since about last October. So it’s been almost a year ago!
I’m happy to announce our paper “Programming Model Support for Dependable, Elastic Cloud Applications” is accepted at HotDep ’12 Workshop!
Co-authors: Wei-Chiu Chuang, Bo Sang, Charles Killian, and Milind Kulkarni, Purdue University
See you guys at Hollywood on October 7th.
For more information, go to HotDep website.