Does anyone know if we can find anywhere some statistics on the tag source=* used on the changeset? I mean, for example:

  • percentage of changesets having this tag
  • amount of primitives in the database that have at least one changeset tagged with a given source=* value

It can be usefull for measuring the use of a datasource, in a more precise way that only use taginfo (that is great btw).

Thanks

asked 01 Mar '12, 08:26

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I'd be very interested in this as well. ChangesetMD might help out with this, but it still requires some database know-how: https://github.com/ToeBee/ChangesetMD

(05 Mar '12, 03:23) JoshD

The source tag is very seldomly used, about 0.5% of all changesets uses the source tag. But 2% of all changed/created/deleted objects have a source tag on the changeset, according to num_changes in the changeset header.

This is based on a small perl script (feel free to use it, it will be buggy).

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answered 05 Mar '12, 08:42

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