http://www.freebsd.org/ports/references.html contains a link to a graph depicting growth of the ports tree.
It's 4 years old already and needs to be removed or updated.
I'm looking into this.
gjb 2012-02-07 23:44:43 UTC
FreeBSD doc repository
en/ports index.sgml references.sgml
Hide the links to the ports growth graphs.
The file from which the data is generated (pcvs/ports/INDEX) was
moved to Attic in 2004.
The final commit to the INDEX file states:
Since INDEX version in CVS is always too old, portmgr decided to
remove it. You will still be able to build your own INDEX or use
'fetchindex' target in /usr/ports/.
I'm looking into how to generate this data with the files we still
have (preferably without adding anything extra to the www build).
For now, marking this PR as 'patched'.
Submitted by: Twoje Radio (radiomlodychbandytow % o2!pl)
Revision Changes Path
1.4 +2 -2 www/en/ports/index.sgml
1.5 +3 -2 www/en/ports/references.sgml
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Committed a change to hide the links. I'm still working on a
way to generate the data for the graph.
Change state to "analyzed" (thanks, dougb).
Back to the pool.
I think we should remove the ports grow completely from our web build infrastructure.
Anybody is free to setup his own scripts, but this feature does not belong on the main site.
You can check the growth graph in freshports.