«If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it» — Peter Drucker
As opposed to his post I have reviewed changes in OpenBSD projects and created my own list of numbers related to quality.
OpenBSD project is still exist without bug tracker, so it is hard to analyze bug statistic. According to archive of mail list firstname.lastname@example.org there was slightly bigger traffic in 2014 than in previous years:
2014 - 1243 2013 - 980 2012 - 1162
The top five committers to src/regress for the year:
schwarze 1316 bluhm 448 miod 192 jsing 170 djm 151
The top five slackers committed to src/regress for the year:
jca 3 krw 3 kettenis 1 logan 1 naddy 1
Totals in src/regress:
commits 2925 lines added 9062 lines deleted 4697
P.S. I like to calculate FIXME words in the code. The statistics for OpenBSD src tree is following: Total FIXMEs - 4191, where 3969 FIXMEs belongs to GNU software (gcc, gdb, cvs, binutils, perl, texinfo, mkhybrid).