Murray Stokely has an interesting post on Ohloh.net:
I’ve written previously about Ohloh.net and how I’d like to see more of the dynamic code metrics calculated there available on the FreeBSD web site. I am happy to report that today I noticed after several years of attempts, the ohloh repository import servers have finally managed to get through the entire FreeBSD source repository. Their software setup previously had difficulties dealing with a project with as long of a history as FreeBSD.
You can now view the top level code metrics about FreeBSD from the FreeBSD Project Page on Ohloh.net. This page indicates that there are over 10 million lines of code, that more files are licensed under GPLv2 than any other license.
The committer totals do not quite match up with Peter’s Commit Counters.