Re: SPDX Statistics - Voyager 2 edition

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On Sun, Aug 20, 2023 at 9:11 AM Miroslav Suchý <msuchy@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> New projection when we will be finished is 2025-01-11 (we are slowing down. Again. :( ). Pure linear approximation.

It might not be as bad as you think!

All rust-* packages had been excluded from tracking since the start,
so the progress I have been making hasn't been tracked, either. I'm
happy to say that as of now, all packages for Rust crates (~2300
packages) have been updated to use SPDX license expressions (except
those that have been FTBFS for a long time, which is about 2-3
packages). Over the past few months I've been regenerating packaging
for Rust crates with rust2rpm v24, which also included switching all
crates that had been generated with rust2rpm < v22 to SPDX (also
involved some license fixes / clarifications / problems with missing
license files that are now fixed / etc., often working with upstream

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