Ohloh supports Bazaar
The open-source open measurement project Ohloh has, after over a year of users asking, finally got round to supporting more version control systems (VCS), namely bazaar and mercurial. This is good news, as increasingly large numbers of projects are using these newer distributed VCSs. For Gnash, it means that the code statistics are finally up-to-date again, nine months after switching from CVS to bazaar.
Although no one should claim that Ohloh offers an entirely accurate picture of developer profiles or projects, it's still useful and interesting as a measure of project activity, language statistics, licenses, and generally what's going on in Free Software.