Thanks for the quick fix, everything now appears to be working a treat!
Please note that the ohloh site is not a site for getting support about the individual projects it lists, you'll have to communicate directly with the project itself.
If you want asp recognised, head over to link and add it. cheers stuart
You need to go to http://www.ohloh.net/projects/9483/enlistments and check that the git repos listed there are the ones currently in use. If they are the ones currently in use then complain again. ... [More]
It's tempting to suggest that project RSS feeds could be generated through the API with a little XSLT, but I won't look into that if there are performance issues...
When you merge the branch back into the trunk, that will be seen by ohloh, but the individual commits on the branch will not be seen by ohloh. There are a whole range of changes which people seem to ... [More]
It was linked to from http://www.ohloh.net/posts.rss before the post was pulled and some RSS aggregators save items until they're read, so I read it in my RSS reader days after it was pulled.
You're right, it does make sense to do this, unfortunately, there is no standard way across all open source projects of recording this information and thus no obvious algorithm for extracting the information from the logs.
ohloh licence detection is mindless, it doesn't understand multiple-licensing. I'd check the more detailed results at: http://www.ohloh.net/projects/tikiwiki/analyses/latest and add an explanatory ... [More]