The full report is available here. We will just reuse some graphics and discuss them.
The project is now 7 years old. I am the only developer on the project. It is a one man project. This can be problematic because the bus factor is quite low.
The total number of line of "code" is still growing at a constant rate.
With a closer look it appears that not every thing is source code. A large part of the content comes from the
readers/contains the CCID description (the reader capabilities) of CCID readers. The data is also available in the big matrix.
readers/directory is the biggest part of the repository.
src/directory the file sizes are visible using the repomap tool. You will get display like this:
It always nice to stand back and look at a big picture on a project you are involved.
You can also have different graphics from the libccid project at ohloh.net site.
For example ohloh.net estimates the cost of the project at 2 man.year for a total of 89,000 US$. The 2 man.year estimation is very reasonable. Over the 7 years of the project that is an average of one or two days per week.