FEVER - feature oriented history of the Linux kernel
datasetposted on 24.10.2016 by Nicolas Dintzner
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
This dataset contains changes performed by developers over 15 releases of the Linux kernel. This dataset cover the feature-oriented change history of the kernel between releases 3.10 and 4.4. The changes are broken down by affected artefacts, and all changes pertaining to the same feature are regrouped together. If you want to know things like: How many time was a feature touched in the kernel? How many feature changes came with makefile adjustments ? Then this dataset may interest you. To access the data, you can install a Neo4j server via http://neo4j.com/