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BA in BS on the OBS

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The guys and gals over at openSUSE have been beavering away at enhancing a tool that is invaluable to the Bongo Project and many many others - the openSUSE Build Service (OBS for short). One of those enhancements is enabling statistics so packagers can see if the sweat and tears has been worth it.

So to give you a general feel for how busy the OBS is (here comes the science bit):

Number of build hosts = 150
Number of projects = 702
Number of repositories = 2235
Number of packages = 19377
Number of users = 658

Remember these numbers keep growing Smile

How does this relate to Bongo?

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