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{ Monthly Archives } September 2007

python-dev mailman archive thread-arc visualizations

What’s new? Mailman archive processing! Bezier segmenting for more accurate arcs (thank you Luc Masonobe)! Pseudo-thread-arcs! (Actual thread arcs as visible on the whoa-awesome-but-why-aren’t-you-released-software ReMail project would seem to more practically squash ridiculously-large arcs and of course leverage the other side.) Node colors are per-author. The middle bottom thread demonstrates the need for a smarter […]

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A step sideways

This seemed like a better idea in my head: What is it? It’s a variant on the blog visualization below from this post, but using crescent/lune slices instead and with no sustain (aka, if there’s no data point, we don’t draw anything). It self-normalizes so that the maximum value range takes up a full 180 […]


Chronicle-Recorder Graph/Ring Visualization! Hooray!

Thanks to new and improved time management skills (and a holiday weekend doesn’t hurt), I’ve got a chronicle-recorder visualization going on via chroniquery: Above, we have the visualization run against the ‘fancy’ program seen in the previous chroniquery posts (with one caveat, addressed later). What does it mean? The circular nodes are functions in the […]

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Hooray for dwarf location lists!

I resolved the time-stamp issues from last time. Arguments are now happy because we move to the time-stamp corresponding to when the function’s prologue had completed. The booleans were wrong because they were copied to locals during the prologue, which is where the argument list referenced them. Things like this are much easier to diagnose […]

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