Alpine Linux:Trivia

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This page contains only irrelevant and unhelpful information and statistics about Alpine Linux. If you are going to prepare a talk about Alpine Linux, perhaps some information mentioned here can be used for the intro.

The first release

The name

"Alpine" originally stood for A Linux Powered Integrated Network Engine. The idea was that the distribution would be focused on networking, and be a tiny "engine" or framework, which larger systems could be built upon. Today, "Alpine" is nothing more than a name.

Who is working on Alpine Linux?

  • Check the statistics of cgit, e. g. aports

Packages

  • aports statistics provided by Ohloh.

Packages per release

Release Total normal dev doc libs
3.3 5314 3328 676 1239 71
3.2 5277 3343 684 1189 61
3.1 4860 3075 620 1109 56
3.0 4410 2752 578 1029 51
2.7 4205 2605 570 982 48
2.6 3918 2405 534 943 36
2.5 3676 2233 498 912 33
2.4 3376 2021 457 874 24
2.3 3146 1866 435 827 18
2.2 2608 1502 444 652 10
2.1 2135 1222 365 547 1
2.0 1983 1139 332 511 1
1.10 1639 918 282 438 1
1.9 958 549 139 269 1
Aports

Commit per year to aports

2008 : 146
2009 : 3122
2010 : 3365
2011 : 5561
2012 : 5312
2013 : 6597
2014 : 5759
2015 : 4209 (so far)

"High score list" of committer to aports

 21162	Natanael Copa
  1669	Fabian Affolter
  1612	Timo Teräs
  1601	Carlo Landmeter
  1350	Leonardo Arena
  1316	William Pitcock
  1163	Bartłomiej Piotrowski
   833	Francesco Colista
   611	Ted Trask
   334	Michael Mason

First commit to aports

The first commit in git was made:

commit 645531103b2ee8ef54d53a58eca3b52f7d3fb9ac
Author: Natanael Copa <ncopa@alpinelinux.org>
Date:   Sat Oct 18 09:16:29 2008 +0000

    added busybox