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Please let us know any suggestions you may have about improving either this site or the dataset query.

  • Great Wiki! What about setting up SchemaSpy (see SchemaSpy) as a "real" schema browser? Currently, clicking through isolated tables makes it quite difficult to figure out the inner logic of the schema(s). Mdapp 11:34, 21 May 2007 (EDT)
  • Hello! Trying again to orientate myself in the vast amount of tables, another idea came to my mind. How about offering phpMyAdmin (see website) as a user interface? I t should be easy to restrict access rights to read-only. The huge gain would be that phpMyAdmin offers a lot of different information about a database helping the user to find stuff and navigate through it. Thanks! Mdapp 12:41, 29 June 2007 (EDT)
  • Thanks for all your efforts. As mentioned above it is a vast amount of data and I think that it might not only be me who is feeling a little bit lost. Right now I have to find out, which tables include the numbers for cvs commits and svn commits for each project. And I really don't know, which table is the right one, and which data to rely on, as certain tables are discussed to be rather inaccurate. Therefore I really would suggest that all users of this database should enhance this wiki by a clear structured site like "Where to find THIS...?" In my case, I could write where to find data on the commits of each project, as soon as I have found out myself. What do you think?--Heitmann 14:11, 11 June 2010 (EDT)
  • And I have another suggestion. Wouldn't it be more comfortable to place the overview of the fields of a table at the top of a corresponding wiki site? Now we have to scroll down the available schemes every time before we see the more interesting elements of the table in question. Again, what do you think?--Heitmann 14:24, 11 June 2010 (EDT)
  • Why the country of origin is not mentioned in user table? --amrollahi 14:11, 14 June 2011